A JAMA article addresses the issue of confronting medical misinformation. They make good recommendations - but do not go nearly far enough.
Dispelling common sleep myths is the first step to improving one's sleep.
We are in the midst of record-breaking measles outbreaks. This is the time to push for stronger regulations and to get rid of non-medical exemptions.
A legal decision against the makers of glyphosate is not supported by the science.
Researchers propose to get rid of the use statistical significance in science reporting. The idea has merit.
Physicians are being harassed offline by antivax and other trolls. We can't let that happen.
A petition signed by 250 scientists warns about wireless technology, but the science is not on their side.
The Canadian government is sending homeopaths to Honduras as part of an aid program. They dropped the ball on this one, and should just admit error and correct it, but they are doubling-down instead.
Don't worry. There is no plausible health risk from the miniscule EMF from smart meters.
Does the ketogenic diet work for epilepsy or other neurological disorders? While the consensus is that it probably does, the evidence is surprisingly thin.