A new analysis shows widespread marketing of natural health products for the prevention or treatment of cancer.
There are countless vendors offering "personalized" nutrition recommendations, some based on DNA- or microbiome-testing. What does the evidence actually say?
Do dietary supplements offer advantages or risks to breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy?
A new survey gives insights into how consumers view homeopathy, and how they feel about homeopathy once they learn what it actually is.
Drug shortages, which worsen medical care and patient outcomes, are becoming more and more common. A new Task Force report from the FDA offers a potential way forward.
Platelet-rich plasma injections are advertised as an expensive cure-all for sport injuries. The evidence, however, is consistently negative.
Health Canada has criticized the marketing of an "anxiety supplement" for teens, without recognizing the larger problem involved; the poor regulations and lack of safety and efficacy data for this, and many other supplements sold.