CBD oil is hyped as a miracle product to treat virtually everything. What is the evidence to support this?
Cinnamon is often touted as a "natural" supplement that's effective for treating diabetes. The evidence (still) isn't convincing.
Many patients with cancer use complementary and alternative medicine, and it is important to understand why.
Fill it to the rim? Please don't.
There is no evidence to suggest that "chronic Lyme" exists, or that long-term antibiotics are required to treat it.
Magic sugar pills go head-to-head against actual vaccines in a randomized controlled trial. The results will not surprise you.
Drugs and supplements contain dozens of inactive ingredients. Is this a concern to those with allergies and sensitivities?
Canadian homeopaths are in Honduras, and claim their magic water remedies can prevent diseases such as Chagas, dengue, and chikungunya.
Are all those extra ingredients in your medicine or supplement, like fillers and coatings, something to be concerned about?