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Brazil’s bogus “Covid kit” represents a failure of private healthcare regulation

Investigations show doctors were pressured to prescribe "early treatment protocol" Covid kits made up of unproven, ineffective interventions

What links the Flatwoods Monster, the Kelly–Hopkinsville alien encounter, and Mothman?

The connection between three legendary paranormal sightings tells us a lot about why we see what isn't there... and miss what's really there

Romance in the stones? The power of crystals vs the power of suggestion

Crystal healing continues to undergo a resurgence in popularity, but when put to the test, believers can't tell the difference between a real crystal or a fake

Despite the media reporting, the ‘dog suicide bridge’ is just an urban legend

'Stuff You Should Know' are the latest to report on the epidemic of dogs jumping off Overtoun bridge - but the numbers tell a different story

‘Legal Name Fraud’ – The Truth? It’s hogwash

In 2016, we covered the series of strange billboards which began to crop up across the UK, promoting the Freedom of the Land conspiracy theory.

How alternative medicine radicalises believers into Qanon conspiracy theories

The alt-med world is filled with Implied conspiracy theories, which train believers to accept global cover-ups as true - paving the way for Qanon belief.

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