Vaccine package inserts are often misused and misunderstood. This article attempts to clarify what is important in them and what is not.
Despite the false claims from Robert F Kennedy Jr and other anti-vaxxers, the scientific facts is vaccines do not cause autism.
A published study found that vaccine misinformation increased on Facebook even after policy changes were made to delete it.
Animal studies show that capsaicin, the compound that causes heat in peppers, may have an effect on Alzheimer’s disease.
New systematic review and meta-analysis show that the Mediterranean diet reduces the risk of stomach or gastric cancer.
New research shows that enterovirus infections may be the cause (or one of the causes) of type 1 diabetes.
The FDA has approved new COVID-19 booster vaccines that better target Omicron variants and subvariants. Recommended for six months and older.
There are claims that high fructose corn syrup is linked to diabetes. However, the evidence does not support this claim.
Researchers have looked at whether vitamin D supplements have any effect on bone health. Most research says no.
Professor Dorit Rubinstein Reiss reviews the Court of Appeals decision about the FDA’s ability to regulate the use of ivermectin.
Many people, mostly quacks, push alternative medicine to treat or “cure” cancer. But they almost never work and are dangerous to health.