Making research findings easy to search sounds great, but if you’re filtering out the studies that disagree with you, how reliable can you be? https://mcgill.ca/oss/article/pseudoscience/popular-health-guru-sayer-ji-curates-scientific-literature-his-bachelors-degree-philosophy
I was the guest of Heath and Eli on the popular podcast God Awful Movies. We reviewed an atrocious 1970s “documentary” about near-death experiences. And we
I was a guest on CTV News Montreal to discuss that popular story about horns growing on the skulls of young people using cell phones.
A discussion around ice cream reveals that Jonathan may have fallen into the Twilight Zone. Comedian Jacob Meza goes to ComicCon to talk diet pills
Ginger ale and ginger beer used to involve tiny living microbes, but they are rather similar soft drinks today. https://mcgill.ca/oss/article/nutrition-you-asked/what-difference-between-ginger-ale-and-ginger-beer
A tiny bony outgrowth at the base of the skull got reported as horns growing on the head of smartphone users, but the flawed study