Theatrical safety checks don't keep people safe—vaccines do.
Plus: Operation Warp Speed is off to a slow start, Trump's school choice order, and more...
American Heart Association Journal Finally Retracts Study Implying That E-Cigarettes Cause Heart Attacks Before People Use Them
The journal's editors recognized the problem before publication, but the authors failed to address it.
8 Months Later, This Journal Still Hasn't Corrected Its Study Implying That E-Cigarettes Magically Cause Heart Attacks Before People Use Them
The Journal of the American Heart Association has responded to critics with nothing but boilerplate promises of scientific integrity.
Study Finds Almost 40 Percent of People in Eight European Nations Would Like to Live "in a World Where Chemical Substances Don't Exist"
Such scientific ignorance is common in th US as well, and can have a harmful influence on government policy.
More implicit bias research comes under scrutiny
A study suggesting that e-cigarettes double the risk of a heart attack ignored crucial information on timing.
A scientific consensus has emerged that trigger warnings just don't work—and student activists should stop demanding them.
Researchers made no effort to link the two.
This will fail and more pressing problems will be neglected
Surprise: A viral study is junk science.
No, global warming will not spark a black death pandemic that kills millions
After years of being blamed for weight gain and metabolic issues, zero-calorie sweeteners and the drinks they flavor are being absolved.
The FDA debunks his fears.
After an initial hearing, Stanford's Mark Jacobson thinks better of pursuing a scientific disagreement in court.
The failure of consensus nutrition "science" and the ongoing collapse of dietary puritanism.
Trump Selects Anti-Vaccination Kook Robert Kennedy Jr. to Head Vaccination Safety Commission—Update: Not So Fast?
Kennedy once compared vaccination to the Holocaust*
The company implied that sucralose and potassium sorbate made competing products unsafe for human consumption.
The New York Times Says Working in Nail Salons Causes Cancer and Miscarriages. The Evidence Says Otherwise. (Part 3)
The final in a three-part series on how Sarah Maslin Nir's investigative series violated the standards of responsible journalism.
The Uncle Sam Diet mantra: Don't eat anything your ancestors wouldn't have while watching Cheers on network television.
A stinging critique of the shabby science that supports federal recommendations
$28 billion in research funding wasted every year.
Who's a flat-earther now?
Top story at Drudge is CBS article promoting discredited activist claims about electromagnetic hypersensitivity.
Electromagnetic hypersensitivity isn't a real thing
Homeopathy is nonsense. And yet...
Anti-GMO types are ecstatic over regulatory ruling that the herbicide is a probable human carcinogen.
By opposing e-cigarettes, anti-tobacco activists are very likely killing people