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Side-effects not fully reported in more than 30 percent of healthcare reviews – Science Daily

The potential side-effects of health interventions were not fully reported in more than a third of published health study reviews, research at the University of York has shown. Negative outcomes of a health intervention refers to either a drug reaction or an effect of a procedure, such as surgery. Harmful side-effects can be rare and… Read More »

Is Nutrition Science Mostly Junk?

One day, coffee causes cancer; the next, it cures cancer. One day, wine is good for you; the next it kills you. Given its self-contradictory wishy-washiness, can nutrition science be trusted? Not at all, say Edward Archer and his co-authors, in a new paper published in Frontiers in Nutrition. They believe nutrition research is so… Read More »