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Author Archives: Stephen Propatier
Is your conspiracy theory sense tingling? Soon the internet will be inundated with the post-hoc conspiracy theories about aspartame and the European Food Safety Authority. I can hear Dr. Mercola typing away as I write. The European Food Safety Authority announced in / read more…
News-sites love to lead with the headline “Scientists Baffled”, or “Medical Mystery”. Mostly a complete fabrication and/or distorted truth. Not all medical professionals are created equal and everyone is capable of mistakes. That does not mean that all of the / read more…
I am a staunch proponent of vaccines and vaccinations, normally. When I learned of the meningitis outbreak at Princeton University I reacted positively to the report that they were offering vaccinations for an outbreak of meningitis. My graduate work involved / read more…
“Too many too soon” has been the mantra of the anti-vaccination proponent Dr. Joseph Mercola. Despite decades of research showing the safety of the Mumps, Measles, Rubella vaccine, he has consistently objected to the childhood vaccine schedule. Claiming(among other things) / read more…
Nutrition science reporting is filled with reams of bad suppositions, unsupported conclusions, and pseudoscience. Time and time again individual studies about dietary science are reported and disseminated as “The New Knowledge” about nutrition. Some studies have good science, some are propaganda, / read more…