SARMs Harms
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by Scott Gavura
1w ago
Selective androgen receptor (SARMs) are sports supplements marketed to teens via social media influencers. The post SARMs Harms first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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Parasite Cleanse
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by Steven Novella
1M ago
Tik Tok is a cesspool of wellness pseudoscience and misinformation. All of social media has the potential to spread misinformation without any filter, but for some reason Tik Tok has become the preferred platform for the most outrageous claims and nonsense. A recent trend on Tik Tok (and within the wellness community generally) is the parasite cleanse. The idea is that many […] The post Parasite Cleanse first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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Adulteration of Herbal Supplements Continues
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by Steven Novella
2M ago
The supplement industry continues to be plagued by deliberate adulteration of products. The post Adulteration of Herbal Supplements Continues first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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2024 Detox Trends To Watch (Out) For
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by Scott Gavura
3M ago
Trends come and go but the popularity of detoxification and cleansing in January is eternal. The post 2024 Detox Trends To Watch (Out) For first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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Reeling In Misrepresentation: Fish Oil Supplements Found Lacking
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by Scott Gavura
7M ago
An analysis of label claims for fish oil supplements finds a lot of tall tales The post Reeling In Misrepresentation: Fish Oil Supplements Found Lacking first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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Are “keto supplements” necessary?
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by Scott Gavura
8M ago
A closer look at the science supporting beta hydroxybutyrate supplements The post Are “keto supplements” necessary? first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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The World Health Organization promotes quackery yet again
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by David Gorski
8M ago
The World Health Organization held the First WHO Traditional Medicine Global Summit this weekend. Unfortunately, its claims of being "evidence-based" aside, the conference followed the WHO's usual pattern of serving as propaganda, not science. The summit was one-sided, organized by believers with the only speakers being believers, to promote a predetermined policy goal of promoting traditional medicine and justify "integrating" it with science-based medicine. The post The World Health Organization promotes quackery yet again first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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What’s really in that sports supplement?
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by Scott Gavura
9M ago
A new analysis of sports supplements shows that you cannot trust the label to tell you what's actually in the bottle. The post What’s really in that sports supplement? first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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The effects of vitamin D supplementation on major cardiac events
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by Scott Gavura
10M ago
A large randomized controlled trial of vitamin D supplementation generates good data to show there is likely no benefit. The post The effects of vitamin D supplementation on major cardiac events first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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No evidence IV vitamin drips can treat infertility
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by Scott Gavura
11M ago
There is no evidence IV vitamin drips can help treat infertility The post No evidence IV vitamin drips can treat infertility first appeared on Science-Based Medicine ..read more
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