Superficial coverage of medical errors could leave erroneous impression with readers
News media hype of sunscreen studies leaves readers burned by speculative evidence
News media sound the alarm on mercury in seafood during pregnancy — was it a false alarm?
New hope in the epidemic of binge-drinking rodents: Aussie lab sparks premature claims on old drugs as addiction treatments
Vegetarianism doesn’t cause cancer, despite what many news outlets reported this week
Don’t believe the biohype: Tips for evaluating claims about genetics and biotech
Observational studies & the health messaging merry-go-round: Moderate alcohol, once “healthy,” now “not so good for you after all”
FOX, Banner MD Anderson hype Cuba cancer “breakthrough”
Can we cure our insatiable need for medical miracles?
Podcast: Christie Aschwanden – 1st in our series on standouts in health care journalism