Is it too much to ask of medical journal editors to verify references for key claims? After all, just because a study author footnotes a claim, should that act automatically enshrine the claim with credibility? Continue reading Lancet editors miss bogus reference on Japanese longevity and salt intake
UC-Berkeley’s anti-flame retardant crusader Brenda Eskenazi is back at it with a new study claiming to link maternal exposure to polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) with reduced infant birth weight. Continue reading Flame retardants reduce infant birthweight?
Johns Hopkins University is now offering a master’s degree program in global warming alarmism. Continue reading Johns Hopkins' embarrassment: MS in global warming BS