Telemedicine is here, probably to stay, but with its arrival come new problems.
The imminent roll out of 5G technology has again sparked media coverage of the possible risks of EMF exposure, but the scientific consensus remains that the technology is safe.
How do we best address the anti-vaccine phenomenon? It's complicated.
A legal decision against the makers of glyphosate is not supported by the science.
The Surgeon General declared youth e-cigarette use to be an epidemic, but many vaping communities online downplay the risks. What does the evidence show?
A petition signed by 250 scientists warns about wireless technology, but the science is not on their side.
Canadian homeopaths are in Honduras, and claim their magic water remedies can prevent diseases such as Chagas, dengue, and chikungunya.
The Tuskegee syphilis experiment studied black men with advanced syphilis for 40 years. Patients were lied to and prevented from getting treatment. A black mark in the history of American medicine, it led to important reforms.
Don't worry. There is no plausible health risk from the miniscule EMF from smart meters.