I’ve added a new FAQ that lists out various logical fallacies to which I refer occasionally while writing about the pseudoscience pushing groups. You can reach it through this link or through the navigation bar. I’ll add new ones as required.
After spending years in the medical industry, I decided to blog about my thoughts on a wide range of issues in the healthcare industry, science, and skepticism. I am a firm supporter of science-based medicine. I will debunk quackery and pseudoscience whenever possible. Oh, and I'll talk about sports. Nothing I write should be construed as medical advice. No one should receive a medical diagnosis or treatment recommendation over the internet. That should always be done by a licensed medical practitioner who has been well-versed in evidence- and science-based medicine, and who can provide an appropriate diagnosis, then discuss your particular medical treatment options. All decisions about vaccines should be done after a discussion with a licensed physician, LPN or PA who utilizes evidence-based medicine. Please comment on a post if you agree, disagree, or just think I misspelled a word. It's what makes blogging fun and thought-provoking. Thank you for visiting this website.
Skepticism is not doubt, disbelief, or close-mindedness. It is not being negative about every new or controversial idea. Skepticism is a process of critical thinking, reason, and evidence to determine the validity of an hypothesis. It is a rational and an openminded process to find a conclusion that is supported by evidence. It is never used to justify a preconceived conclusion. It is never used to irrationally reject evidence based on a personal desire for only one conclusion.