Criticism of NEJM’s defense of industry-physician relations
BMJ back on bad track with its news releases: now gout & Alzheimer’s
A tale of two observational studies – peanuts, coffee, heart health – and how the journals & some journalists handled them differently
Who funded the research? Its always an important question.
Edgar Allen Poe, Vincent Price, and Dr. Richard Lehman’s journal review blog
Exaggeration in health science news releases – and what we’re going to do about it
Evaluating evidence in media messages about breast cancer
“Catastrophizing parlance” about diabetes
Predatory journal: “good way to make an income & defraud scientific community”
Yay for a BMJ journal news release for including caveats about an observational study!