If I were working at the Cleveland Clinic, you could probably find me hiding under the bed right now. Out of shame.
For reasons only they know, the clinic employs a crackpot named Daniel Neides. Worse still, he is a physician. Even worse is that he is given a forum to share his supernaturally inaccurate thoughts with the public. He did just this in a new opinion piece called "Make 2017 the year to avoid toxins (good luck) and master your domain: Words on Wellness."
It is so full of inaccuracies and garbage science that if I'm in the process of choosing hospitals in the area, I go elsewhere.This guy belongs on Joe Mercola's site, not in a supposedly first-rate medical facility. Below are some of Neides' statements, followed by my comments.