Setback for homeopathy in France as a government agency actually does its job, but the fight against pseudoscience is long from over.
Reports of a "link" between processed food and autism highly misrepresent the actual findings of an in-vitro study.
Media literacy is an important component to teaching science and critical thinking. We'll add that to our to-do list.
Thailand officials warn of a radioactive snake-oil "energy card." It's worse than worthless – it's actively dangerous.
The wellness industry is just one more manifestation of quackery and pseudoscience in health.
The World Health Organization endorses quackery in the form of TCM.
The impact factor has become the one metric for journal quality. It's time to rethink this system.
Stem cell treatments for knee arthritis are not yet ready for prime time, but that has not stopped their premature commercialization.
The imminent roll out of 5G technology has again sparked media coverage of the possible risks of EMF exposure, but the scientific consensus remains that the technology is safe.
A new study reveals that Coca-Cola included restrictive clauses in some research funding contracts. This is a good opportunity to review how such behavior can be stopped.