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Tag: New York Times Well blog

6/12/2020

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

5/7/2020

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

4/21/2020

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

6/6/2019

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

5/16/2019

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

11/1/2018

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

4/3/2018

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’