An updated review of the science finds that artificial sweeteners are still a safe and effective option for weight management.
Dry eyes? Despite guidelines that recommend fish oil consumption, a new trial demonstrate that they are not effective.
A new systematic review of clinical trials shows no clear benefit to consuming omega-3 fatty acids in food or supplements.
Yet another massive meta-analysis shows no health benefit to routine supplementation with vitamins or minerals.
Colorectal cancer is common. A new study examines the relationship with vitamin D levels.
H.O.P.E., a movie promoting veganism, is short on science and long on appeals to emotion.
An ad for the dietary supplement Omega Rejuvenol is disguised as a news story in my local newspaper. It makes claims that are not supported by evidence.
A new meta-analysis shows no benefit from multivitamins or routine supplementation. These results should motivate users to take a fresh look at their supplementation.
Mosconi offers a plan to prevent and treat Alzheimer's and maximize cognitive function in everyone. She claims brain health requires a unique diet, but she fails to make her case. Some of what she says is good standard health advice, but the rest is speculative, not based on good scientific evidence, and sometimes demonstrably wrong.