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Tag: New York Times Well blog


Same old, same old, with NY Times Well column – bisphosphonates for pneumonia this time


Flubs and flaws in New York Times stories on llamas and coffee


NY Times “Well” column is unwell again – this time on pandemic running advice


9,125 cups of coffee a year still good for you?


NY Times was blind to flaws in “Statins May Cut Glaucoma Risk” story


When reporting on sloppy science, NY Times ‘Well’ section should practice what it preaches

1 10/22/2018

Can coffee ‘tame the redness of rosacea’? Here’s what you need to know about the New York Times’ coverage

2 10/15/2018

The tsunami of not-ready-for-primetime health care news


Coronary calcium scans: NYT article highlights value and minimizes limitations

1 1/15/2018

NY Times ‘Well’ section continues to mislead readers — this time on facial exercises that ‘may make you look 3 years younger’