A Russian company is marketing "release active drugs" as a new medical technology, but it is just bogus homeopathy dressed up with new jargon.
Anti-vaccine Italian government fires its entire Health Council. This is unfortunately part of a bigger trend against expertise and reality-based policy.
A Chinese scientist announces first gene-edited babies, setting off a discussion of the science and ethics of using CRISPR on humans.
Another outbreak, this time chickenpox, can be blamed on antivaxxers.
A new study further shows that people are inconsistent in how they justify their beliefs.
An updated review of the science finds that artificial sweeteners are still a safe and effective option for weight management.
Alkaline water is pure BS – there is no plausibility to the claims of any health benefits, and what evidence we have is negative. Its popularity grows despite this.
Which hand drying method is the best, air or paper towel? The answer is more complicated than you might think – but do wash your hands.
The World Health Organization fails its primary function by promoting traditional quackery.
While there is strong evidence that breast is best, a new study suggests that the benefits have been overstated, and may be mostly due to non-specific factors such as better education and overall health care.