Health

Jordan Peterson is wrong: medical error is absolutely not the ‘third leading cause of death’

Peterson's claim that "medicine kills more people than it helps" is the latest in a long line of demonstrably false claims - yet his fans continue to hang off his every word

Sine Missione, and the conspiracy theorists who use graffiti to spread pseudoscience

From 5G fears to antisemitism and QAnon - graffiti that promotes conspiracies around Liverpool and beyond are more harmful than you think.

Not all dentists promote evidence-based treatments – four red-flag signs to look out for

Spotting rogue dentists and dubious remedies can be difficult for the layperson patient - so here's a guide to some of the common red flags

Our guide to the pseudoscience promoters aiming to be the next mayor of London

From a former faith healer, to a climate change denier, to the man who premiered Plandemic - the conspiracy-minded voter is spoilt for choice in the London mayoral election

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

New NICE guidelines on chronic pain fall woefully short – and not just because of the acupuncture

Chronic pain patients need evidence-based care - instead, new NICE guidelines offer them patronising messaging, paternalism, and acupuncture

Rapid Prompting Method: A new form of communicating? Hardly

Despite the extraordinary claims, messages derived via Rapid Prompting Method come not from non-speaking people, but from their facilitators.

Virginity testing is as unscientific as it is sexist, but will banning these tests prove effective?

Banning virginity testing won't stop the violation of women’s rights, but protecting human rights will make such tests obsolete

Latest news

- Advertisement -spot_img