Month: February 2012

4 2/29/2012

Sleeping pills may kill 1/2 million: another example of journalists confusing association and causation

2 2/28/2012

Two noteworthy screening decision-making op-ed pieces on same day

2/27/2012

Chicago Tribune examines spread of robotic surgery “despite inconclusive evidence”

2/27/2012

PCORI National Patient & Stakeholder Dialogue

2/24/2012

Observational study miscommunication of the week: citrus & stroke

2/23/2012

Colon cancer screening news coverage all over the map & readers are probably lost

2 2/22/2012

Bioethics journal controversy reminds writers to be wary

6 2/22/2012

Questions about scare tactics in health advocacy/awareness campaigns

2 2/21/2012

Heart healthy skepticism

2 2/21/2012

Breast Cancer & Social Media tweetchat