Tag: limits of observational studies

10/5/2017

Some news stories sugarcoat limitations of study linking skipping breakfast to heart disease

2/2/2017

American Heart Association’s meal timing guidance isn’t ready for prime time

11/16/2015

Trends in health care news releases that lead to public confusion

3/4/2015

BMJ back on bad track with its news releases: now gout & Alzheimer’s

6 3/3/2015

A tale of two observational studies – peanuts, coffee, heart health – and how the journals & some journalists handled them differently

1 2/27/2015

MS joins the coffee club, in which association ≠ causation

2/9/2015

Endometrial cancer joins the “coffee club” in which association ≠ causation

1/29/2015

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

1/23/2015

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