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Don't believe every science study you read, because sometimes not even their authors believe them. Here are the issues corrupting good, honest science – and how to fix them.
09 September, 2016
Pseudoscience caught in the act! This article by TIME stretched the truth of a study that showed flavanols in cocoa are linked to the slowing or reversing of age-related cognitive decline, by reporting that eating chocolate can win you a Nobel Prize.
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