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  1. Colonoscopy: More Misinformation from Mercola
    Joseph Mercola, D.O., runs the website mercola.com which is full of misinformation, advocates all kinds of questionable alternative treatments including homeopathy, and discourages vaccination and other aspects of conventional medicine. Like Dr. Oz and Andrew Weil, he is more dangerous than easily …
  2. Science-Based Medicine’s Not-So-Psychic Predictions for 2016
    “May your epididymitis be treated with acupressure by André the Giant!” The new year is upon us, and with it comes a unique opportunity for the Science-Based Medicine team to look deep into our crystal balls, to channel our Atlantean spirit guides, and to ride the waves of cosmic cons…
  3. The one thing you need to know before you detox
    New Year, New You, right? Here’s a perennially popular post, revised for 2016. With 2016 upon us, it’s finally time get serious about your health. You’re resolving to eat better and exercise more. But first, you need to reset your body – and purge yourself of all of your lifest…
  4. Antivaccinationists and the Nation of Islam protest in front of the CDC, but don’t you dare call them “antivaccine”
    Flyer for “CDC Truth” Rally. Apparently a bunch of antivaccine activists showed up in Atlanta on Saturday to annoy CDC employees and try to use the manufactured “scandal” of the so-called “CDC whistleblower” to attack vaccines. Same as it ever was. If there̵…
  5. Vaccine Whistleblower: An antivaccine “exposé” full of sound and fury, signifying nothing
    Life’s but a walking shadow, a poor player That struts and frets his hour upon the stage And then is heard no more: it is a tale Told by an idiot, full of sound and fury, Signifying nothing. – Shakespeare’s Macbeth, Act 5, Scene 5   “Vaccine Whistleblower”? More …
  6. Monkeys, Myths, and Molecules: A Chemist Separates Fact from Fiction
    “Dr. Joe” (from the title of his radio show) has done it again. He keeps putting out books faster than I can take them in; this one is titled Monkeys, Myths, and Molecules. It is packed with pithy analyses of health-related subjects that should be of particular interest to SBM readers. …
  7. Aging and Longevity: Science for Spring Chickens
    We’re all going to die, but we don’t like to think about it. I’ll reach the proverbial threescore years and ten next month, so I’ve been thinking more about it, wishing I knew some reliable way to ensure that I would live many more years and remain fully functional until I s…
  8. Leaky Bowel
    Pictured: Something you might need if you actually had a leaky gut. Click to embiggen. Weirdo. We are at a disadvantage. We have to rely on reality to validate the practice of medicine. Anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, chemistry, the basic sciences that made up the first two years of medical sch…
  9. The Rosedale Diet: Here We Go Again
    Ron Rosedale, MD has devised a “powerful program based on the new science of leptin.” “Finally — the ultimate diet for fast, safe weight loss, lifelong health, and longer life…” He suggests it will prevent or improve high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, oste…
  10. “Finally…The Low Back Pain Solution”: A Chiropractor Makes Questionable Claims
    Pictured: Railgun patient launcher Magnetic resonance imaging machine, not a useful tool in identifying the cause of back pain The ads in my local newspaper are a never-ending source of questionable health claims, most often from diet supplement manufacturers and chiropractors. There’s no si…
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