Study shows that crosswords may slow cognitive decline
A new peer-reviewed study shows that doing crosswords can slow cognitive decline in individuals with moderate cognitive impairment.
Light alcohol drinking may be linked to lower dementia risk
New peer-reviewed research provides good evidence that light alcohol consumption is linked to a lower risk of dementia.
The oral polio vaccine is not causing a polio epidemic
There are reports that the oral polio vaccine has caused polio cases in Africa. This does not mean that the vaccine is causing an epidemic.
Cancer prevention in 12 steps – HPV and hep B vaccines included
There are 12 good steps that you can take for cancer prevention, and none of them are magical supplements. Getting the HPV vaccine is step 1.
Keto and paleo diets are bad for your health and the environment
New science research shows that not only is the keto and paleo diets of low quality for health but they are also bad for the environment.
Can colleges mandate Ozempic? Another anti-vaccine myth
Anti-vaccine activist Dr. Vinay Prasad tries to compare college COVID-19 vaccine booster mandates to mandating Ozempic in obese students.
Vaccine safety and effectiveness are settled science
Anti-vaccine activists always want a “debate” about vaccine safety and effectiveness, but it is already settled science based on evidence.
Relationship between Alzheimer’s disease and Mediterranean diet
New peer-reviewed research has shown that there is a relationship between Alzheimer’s disease pathology and type of diet consumed.
Florida surgeon general misuses VAERS for COVID vaccine safety
The Florida Surgeon General, Joseph Ladapo, wrote a letter against COVID-19 vaccines using problematic VAERS data. CDC and FDA respond.