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Tag: nutrition science

1 10/22/2018

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

4 5/22/2018

BMJ’s scrambled message on eggs and heart disease: a recipe for rotten news coverage


‘Ultra-processed’ foods and cancer: Headlines show the right way, and the wrong way, to frame study results


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


Fiber and breast cancer risk: holes in Harvard news release set stage for misleading news coverage


Camembert kills cancer? Cheesy headlines distort preliminary rat study

2 1/6/2016

How the sausage inside a nutrition study is made

1 8/26/2015

Randomized trials are no panacea for what ails nutrition research

2 12/22/2014

Monday health news roundup: mostly gems, one dud