Tim Caulfield, author of The Cure for Everything, and who spoke at American University last week, has some terrific insights over at the Huffington Post on common health myths that most of us believe but few of us stop to consider critically. Here is a list of the first few and you will need to go over to HuffPo to read Caulfield’s insight.
The key problem with the dark matter hypothesis is that nobody knows what form dark matter might take.
Video cameras on city streets are only the most visible way your movements can be tracked.
The phenomenon of “digital dementia” might not be real after all.
Research shows how temperature can be used to manipulate circadian rhythms.
NASA was dangerously cavalier about the dangers of the shuttle launches.
In his 2010 book “The Audacity to Win,” Obama 2008 campaign director David Plouffe explained that the goal of the campaign was not only to ensure high participation and turn […]