Why is it that In the world of "scientific" medicine, deeply ingrained beliefs (e.g. flu shots, statin drugs, antidepressants, hormone replacement therapy, fluoridated water, and amalgam fillings) are seemingly beyond challenge -- no matter how much evidence you present to the contrary? Does that mean that no matter how much evidence you present to the contrary, you are merely reinforcing the original mistaken belief for a large number of doctors? And if that's true, why does it happen, and is there anything you can do about it? Listen to Jon's health podcast and find out why belief systems and the consistency theory could be misleading you when it comes to taking proper care of your own health.