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Is there any evidence to support ‘leaky brain’ theories?

Science Based Medicine | 
Three years ago Mark Crislip wrote about leaky gut syndrome for SBM. He said, “because of an almost complete lack of supporting basic ...
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Alternative medicine a scam? New book exposes the lack of scientific rigor of ‘complementary’ treatments

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As the world’s first professor of complementary medicine, Dr. Edzard Ernst set out to apply rigorous scientific standards of evidence ...
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Preventing Alzheimer’s: Is Lisa Mosconi’s ‘brain food’ diet anything more than pseudoscience?

Science Based Medicine | 
Lisa Mosconi has a web and media presence and a book Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power ...
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Viewpoint: Peggy Sarlin’s ‘Awakening from Alzheimer’s’ offers ‘false claims, false hope’

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[S]cientists are diligently working to understand [Alzheimer’s] disease and find an effective treatment. Others apparently think they needn’t bother. A ...
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Fact or fiction: Testosterone supplements offer youthful boost for aging men

Science Based Medicine | 
Lots of men are taking testosterone supplements, some of them for good reasons and some for not-so-good reasons. There are ...
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Getting Risk Right: Geoffrey Kabat’s book asks, “are we afraid of the wrong things?”

Science Based Medicine | 
[Editor's note: Geoffrey Kabat is a cancer researcher and an epidemiologist at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine.] Why do things that ...