The World Health Organization is ready to claim that the sweetener aspartame causes cancer using weak evidence.
A lot of medical research on vitamin D supplements don’t provide much evidence that it is useful in treating any disease.
New research shows confirms that coffee boosts alertness, but surprisingly, it’s not just caffeine that is involved.
Starving cancer is another one of those internet myths pushed by pseudoscientific quacks who try to give people and “easy” cure for cancer.
New research shows that high doses of vitamin D do not support improved heart health, although it may help a select subset of patients.
Research shows that genetically modified corn is safe to consume. More evidence that GMOs are safe for human health.
A new study seems to show a link between artificial sweeteners and cancer. This article critically examines the conclusions.
A new randomized clinical trial has shown that a daily dose of multivitamins may boost memory in older adults.
A new claim being pushed by lawyers is that baby food is linked to autism. The science is not clear on whether there is a link.
Now for something completely different, let’s talk about the facts and myths about pink Himalayan salt. I could make this my shortest article ever and state, “it’s salt.” Followed by a mic drop. But it is a bit more complicated… Read More »Himalayan salt facts — please don’t waste your money