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Category: Evaluating the quality of evidence

9/14/2018

Shameless Alzheimer’s sales pitch masquerades as solid science

2 8/9/2018

Do wellness programs work? A unique study does much more than offer a possible answer

5 6/11/2018

Pathologists predicted the Theranos debacle, but their voices were missing from most news coverage

3/14/2018

Daytime sleepiness and Alzheimer’s risk: What you need to know

1 3/13/2018

Did a pricey cholesterol-lowering drug really reduce deaths, as headlines claim?

10 3/12/2018

News stories about kratom, an herbal ‘opioid alternative,’ wrongly prioritize propaganda over science

1 3/1/2018

Up-and-down coverage of standing desks leaves readers in limbo

4 2/15/2018

Advocates push for access to secret clinical data, while FDA drags its feet

6 2/13/2018

Stories about tragic flu deaths wrongly portray Tamiflu as a panacea

2/1/2018

Animated map illustrates ‘wildfire spread’ of unregulated stem cell clinics in U.S.