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Science-Based Medicine: Exploring issues and controversies in the relationship between science and medicine

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    quackometer.net Auricular Acupuncture: A Word in Your Foetus Like… | The Quackometer Blog

    Being able to recruit all the various forms of ‘witchcarft’ (as Mao called it) and unite it under a banner, he was able to declare that there was no doctor shortage in China and hence celebrate one more success for the communist revolution. Although in decline in China now, TCM appears to have fo... Read article

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    csicop.org What Is Acupuncture? - CSI

    Available online at http://nccam.nih.gov/health/acupuncture/introduction.htm . Novella, S. 2010. Modern bloodletting (blog post). Neurologica (July 6). Available online at http://theness.com/neurologicablog/?p=2099 . Ramey, D. 2010. Acupuncture and history: The “ancient” therapy that’s been aroun... Read article

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    ncas.org National Capital Area Skeptics: Shadow of a Doubt - March 2013

    Gorski will discuss how this sad state of affairs came about, where we are now, and, hopefully, what can be done about it. David H. Gorski, MD, PhD, FACS is the managing editor of the sciencebasedmedicine.org blog, as well as a contributor both under his own name and the pseudonym "Orac." He is a... Read article

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    bluezones.com Drop Dead Healthy: 9 Questions For A.J. Jacobs | Blue Zones

    Then repeat several times. (You can also bike, swim, or jump – whatever gets your heart rate near maximum). You can get a workout in 20 minutes, and it’s probably better for you than jogging leisurely for 40 minutes. 7. What are you surfing (websites)? I’m a big fan of Science-Based Medicine, whe... Read article

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    skeptic.com Skeptic » eSkeptic » Wednesday, December 8th, 2010

    My own response to critics will appear in the next issue of Scientific American, so in the meantime I defer to Dr. Leikind’s responses below, as well as to the SkepDoc Harriet Hall, M.D. along with oncologist Dr. David Gorski, both of whom blog at ScienceBasedMedicine.org , which covers the ongoi... Read article

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    blog.nitpicking.com Nitpicking: the blog: The Nonsense Network: Oprah goes cable

    ( http://www.sciencebasedmedicine.org/?p=8745 ) - Most ridiculously and frighteningly, she has tacitly endorsed "The Secret", which says that wishful thinking is all you need, that wanting something enough can make that thing happen, via its "Law of Attraction". ( http://www.oprah.com/spirit/_75 ... Read article

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    blog.gwup.net WSC, zweiter Tag: May the CHI be with you! @ gwup | die skeptiker

    Auf der Webseite sciencebasedmedicine kann man übrigens zahlreiche Aufsätze und Artikel von Dr. Harriet Hall nachlesen. Der Anästhesist Dr. med. Benedikt Matenaer (spezialisiert auf Schmerztherapie und Palliativmedizin) beschrieb den rund 300 Zuhörern im Berliner Crowne-Plaza-Hotel zunächst seine... Read article

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    getbetterhealth.com Head and Neck Cancer - Better Health

    *This blog post was originally published at Science-Based Medicine * -Gustave Flaubert We have come to Kenya , expecting to work outside of our “comfort zones.” Our patient has arrived from miles away, riding on the back of her husband’s bicycle. She has an enlarging, bleeding mass growing off of... Read article

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    scienceblogs.com Curate’s egg at Science-based Medicine – Deltoid

    Curate’s egg at Science-based Medicine Science Blogs Read article

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    dailykos.com Stop Jenny McCarthy and the anti-vaccine movement from gaining a seat on "The View."

    The website Science Based Medicine has numerous articles on this and related topics. The frog jumped/ into the old pond/ plop! (Basho) Recommended by: Source? I don't watch him because he's a bigot and a merchant of hate. My source is just I've seen the show about ( 0+ / 0- ) a dozen times, and a... Read article

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    biofortified.org Welcome to Biofortified « Biology Fortified, Inc.

    They may only talk a little about stem cell research, but Science Based Medicine is another great read. Another site that is worthy of note isn’t so much a group blog as it is a collective of science blogs, where many of the above topics are discussed. Check out ScienceBlogs.com But one topic is ... Read article

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    researchblogging.org Science-Based Medicine's Profile - Research Blogging

    Science-Based Medicine Surprise, surprise! Dr. Andrew Weil doesn’t like evidence-based medicine Good Idea, Bad Execution: Dosing Errors, A Preventable Harm Scientific evidence for synergy in a botanical product Why science reporters should do their homework Are you sure you’re allergic to penicil... Read article

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    virology.ws A Defense of Vaccines

    A Defense of Vaccines 20 April 2009 I’m a big fan of Mark Crislip’s work – two podcasts ( Persiflagers Infectious Disease Puscast , Quack Cast ) and two blogs ( Rubor, Dolor Calor Tumor , Science Based Medicine Blog ). They have all been Picks of the Week at TWiV . But beware, his work is not f... Read article

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    huffingtonpost.com Seth Mnookin: The Autism Vaccine Controversy and the Need for Responsible Science Journalism

    (In additional to being incredibly painful, the Geiers' "Lupron protocol" is very expensive: Treatment at one of their clinics can cost up to $70,000 or more a year.) In April, an investigation by the Maryland State Board of Physicians found the Geiers' treatment "endangers autistic children and ... Read article

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    randi.org Last Week At Science-Based Medicine

    The JREF exposes charlatans and helps people defend themselves from paranormal and pseudoscientific claims. The JREF offers a still-unclaimed million-dollar reward for anyone who can produce evidence of paranormal abilities under controlled conditions. Through scholarships, workshops, and innovat... Read article

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