Health Newsletters & Daily Tips
The BMJ just published an analysis showing that the popular antidepressant paroxetine (sold as Paxil in the US and Seroxat in the UK) is neither safe nor effective for adolescents with depression.
Claiming, as does the WebMD article, that 13,000 studies supporting the benefit of probiotics in improving health is not enough to give us some sense of surety, seems, to say the least, a bit contrarian
When it comes to vaccines, reason and nuance are in short supply and, in any case, despised on both sides of the argument.
Chemicals not considered harmful by themselves are combining and accumulating in our bodies to trigger cancer and might lie behind the global cancer epidemic.
Politicians should not be legislating what we eat; instead, they should be ensuring our transparent access to information about what's actually in the food we eat.
The new tactics being employed by the NY Attorney General could not only raise the cost of your supplements, but the cost of all of the food you buy as well.
If you rely on certain sites exclusively for your information on GMO, you have probably come to believe that the world is largely united against GMO. Unfortunately, the reality is quite different.
Jon explains why supplements are under attack, why the attack is mostly nonsense, and how to buy supplements that actually work.
In mid-April, a group of doctors called for the removal of Dr. Oz from the Columbia faculty because of his "disdain for science and for evidence-based medicine" as well as his promotion of "quack treatments."
The New York Attorney General accuses major retailers of selling herbal supplements that do not contain the labeled substance, or which contain ingredients not listed on the labels.