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Stanford’s John Ioannidis refines study suggesting coronavirus global lockdown “may be totally irrational,” acknowledging “more uncertainties”

Genetic Literacy Project | 
John Ioannidis answers Undark’s questions on his controversial antibody study and participation in partisan media ...
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Is the lockdown an overreaction? Uproar over epidemiologist John Ioannidis’ study minimizing coronavirus risks

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For his Covid-19 work, the Stanford scientist John Ioannidis is being accused of the same bad science he has criticized ...
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‘The Farm Project’: Actress Zooey Deschanel’s advice on organic food, pesticides is short on science

The actress Zooey Deschanel cites pesticide use in advising Facebook users to avoid certain non-organic produce. Is that scientifically sound ...
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Regulating fast-moving consumer genetic testing industry is no small challenge

Submitting a vial of spit to a genetic testing company is easy. Understanding the implications — and regulating the burgeoning ...
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Do cell phones cause cancer? Unlikely, but activists are skeptical of journalists who present the facts

While it has been theorized that radiation from cellphone usage has the ability to cause cancer, there is no evidence ...
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Whole Foods GMO labeling support designed to pump profits, not inform

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A label like that of the Non-GMO Project is uniquely effective at making GMOs seem scary. It highlights—and exaggerates—the prevalence of ...

Whole Foods under microscope for promoting pseudoscience on GMOs, health

Daily Beast | 
A significant portion of what Whole Foods sells is based on simple pseudoscience. And sometimes that can spill over into ...
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