I was asked to comment on a story about essential oils and their alleged health claims. While they can improve your mood temporarily because they
Jonathan and Chris interview Ryan Armstrong, the executive director of Bad Science Watch, a consumer protection watchdog and science advocacy organization. They discuss what Bad
The idea that one mutation in one gene explains your condition is often too simplistic, especially since the very label of “mutation” is being questioned.
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.