Category: Evaluating the quality of evidence

4 2/3/2015

It’s good to see others get in on the media watchdog work

1 1/30/2015

Click-bait “science” news: binge-watching-TV analysis


What was missing in many stories about sugary drinks & girls’ 1st periods


Squelching rage when reading “Twitter knows when you’re going to have a heart attack”

1 1/22/2015

Coffee & melanoma: add to annals of abused translation of observational research

3 1/20/2015

“Potential biomarker that could predict”? – caveats about psychiatric brain imaging & blogging about it


The Friday file of things I wish I’d addressed earlier


Important and rare: A science reporter’s reflections on a controversial story


Don’t let news-release-copying journalists off the hook so easily. It’s journalism, not stenography.


We should pay Richard Lehman tuition for the distance-learning he provides