health-scams

At the very beginning of the year, researchers from the University of Toronto thoroughly debunked the central premise of
There are a lot of products that claim to have health benefits & sure, it seems like a brilliant marketing ploy. But if that product doesn't actually have health benefits, then you've got a problem.
“Everyone is looking for that magic bullet that’s going to give them that extra edge,” said Cedric Bryant, the chief science
A list of tips on getting through winter from one who's decided the W word is inhuman. 1. Forget layers. Pretend it is warm