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Meeting most of our criteria for quality health journalism, this solid Wall Street Journal “Aches and Claims” column helps readers sort out research on a potential cholesterol-lowing supplement.
We applaud the clear effort to solicit several different independent expert perspectives – a strong point with this story.
It’s difficult to do an overview of melanoma drug research in a relatively brief story. But this story did a solid job.
A study published in the journal Human Reproduction found that “more frequent sugar-sweetened beverage (SSB) consumption was associated with earlier...
I’m late on this, but it’s noteworthy. Paul Thacker, journalist and former investigator for the US Senate Finance Committee investigating...
A new analysis, “How do medical journalists treat cancer-related issues?” was published in the journal ecancermedicalscience It’s by Japanese researchers...