Keto diet – what does the scientific evidence say about its effectiveness?
This article will review the scientific evidence about the effectiveness of the currently popular keto, or ketogenic, diet.
Pancreatic cancer mRNA vaccine shows good early results
Early results from clinical trials show that the new mRNA vaccine to treat pancreatic cancer, cevumeran, showed significant promise.
Is sugar addictive as cocaine? Once again, let’s review the science
People like to claim that sugar is as addictive as cocaine. But science tells a different story about sugar.
COVID-19 vaccines did not cause an increase in cancer deaths
A CDC shows an increase in deaths from cancer and cardiovascular disease, but they are not caused by COVID-19 vaccines.
Vaccine clinical trials — anti-vaxxers get it all wrong
This article debunks the claims that anti-vaxxers make about vaccine clinical trials, including the myth that they do not include placebos.
Aluminum antiperspirants and breast cancer? Probably no link
Lately, I keep seeing commercials that push aluminum-free deodorants and antiperspirants, and I was wondering if I missed some important health issue that is causing some sort of epidemic across the world. Now, those who debunk anti-vaccine tropes know all… Read More »Aluminum antiperspirants and breast cancer? Probably no link
Steve Kirsch makes false claims about vaccine law and risks
Dorit Rubinstein Reiss reviews new false claims from Steve Kirsch about vaccine law and risks, along with California.
Vitamin C does not prevent or treat cancer — let’s end this myth
Alternative medicine pushers love to claim that vitamin C prevents or cures cancer. Science does not support this myth.
“Turtles All the Way Down” repeats anti-vaccine misinformation
Vaccine legal expert, Dorit Rubinstein Reiss, reviews the anonymously -authored anti-vaccine book, “Turtles All the Way Down.”