BMJ’s scrambled message on eggs and heart disease: a recipe for rotten news coverage
Uncovering new peer review problems – this time at The BMJ
Is the NFL using the CDC to ‘manufacture doubt’ on head injuries?
Of mice and “man flu”
A tale of two (BMJ) studies: one gets attention, the other gets neglected. Why?
Vitamin D prevents colds? News stories turn blind eye to limitations of sunshine vitamin study
The secret reasons why statins may not be as useful as we think
Could “negative” news coverage of statins lead to thousands of heart attacks and strokes?
Superficial coverage of medical errors could leave erroneous impression with readers
More BMJ overstatement about an observational study — this time it’s antidepressants and violent crime