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Priorities Magazine Spring 2018
The Next Plague and How Science Will Stop It
Priorities Magazine Winter 2018
Priorities Magazine Fall 2017
Little Black Book of Junk Science
Priorities Magazine Winter 2017
Should You Worry About Artificial Flavors Or Colors?
Should You Worry About Artificial Sweeteners?
Summer Health and Safety Tips
How Toxic Terrorists Scare You With Science Terms
Adult Immunization: The Need for Enhanced Utilization
Should You Worry About Salt?
Priorities Magazine Spring 2016
IARC Diesel Exhaust & Lung Cancer: An Analysis
Teflon and Human Health: Do the Charges Stick?
Helping Smokers Quit: The Science Behind Tobacco Harm Reduction
Foods Are Not Cigarettes: Why Tobacco Lawsuits Are Not a Model for Obesity Lawsuits
The Prevention and Treatment of Osteoporosis: A Review
Are "Low Dose" Health Effects of Chemicals Real?
The Effects of Nicotine on Human Health
Traditional Holiday Dinner Replete with Natural Carcinogens - Even Organic Thanksgiving Dinners
A Primer On Dental Care: Quality and Quackery
Nuclear Energy and Health And the Benefits of Low-Dose Radiation Hormesis
Priorities in Caring for Your Children: A Primer for Parents
Endocrine Disrupters: A Scientific Perspective
Good Stories, Bad Science: A Guide for Journalists to the Health Claims of "Consumer Activist" Groups
A Comparison of the Health Effects of Alcohol Consumption and Tobacco Use in America
Moderate Alcohol Consumption and Health
Irradiated Foods Fifth Edition
March 1, 2018
Eating Raw Meat Is Flunking IQ Test
February 27, 2018
Poverty, Not Climate Change, Remains World's Deadliest Problem
February 23, 2018
Have We Hit Peak Flu Season? CDC Data Suggest Yes
February 22, 2018
314 Action Wants to Elect Scientists, But Only if They're Democrats
February 22, 2018
Predicting Pandemics: We Know One Is Coming, But Not What, When, or Where
February 20, 2018
Measles in Europe: Italy Has 200 Times as Many Cases as U.S.
February 16, 2018
No, Using Cleaning Sprays Isn't Like Smoking Cigarettes
February 14, 2018
The Breathtaking Hypocrisy of Undark
February 12, 2018
The Most Interesting Man in the World Dies at Age 91
February 9, 2018
Drinking Raw Milk Is Flunking IQ Test
February 8, 2018
Will Journalism Destroy Science?
February 8, 2018
No, Asparagus Won't Give You Cancer
February 7, 2018
Is Cancer Simply Karma? University of Texas Scientists Might Think So
February 5, 2018
NPR Is Seeking a Science Editor. Science Education Not Required.
February 2, 2018
Wikipedia Erases Scientist from History
February 1, 2018
Groundhog Says Six More Weeks of Flu Season
January 30, 2018
Listeria in 'Clean Food': Panera Bread Goes Full Chipotle
January 29, 2018
In California, Coffee Causes Cancer and Lawyers Collect the Fee
January 26, 2018
Clean Eating: Your Organic Food Still Contains Cockroaches, Hair & Poop
January 25, 2018
Doomsday Watchers Gleeful that It's Two Minutes to Apocalypse
January 24, 2018
What Radioactive Decay and Compound Interest Have in Common
January 23, 2018
Genetic Region Linked to Paranoia
January 22, 2018
Pothead Grandpa Poisons Class of 5th Graders with THC-Laced Gummy Candy
January 19, 2018
CNN Treats Your Health & Government Shutdown Like a Game Show
January 18, 2018
Is a Ph.D Still Useful to Society?
January 17, 2018
Fake News Award for Science Goes to ... The New York Times!
January 16, 2018
Honey Bees: The #1 Pollinator of Both Crops and Wild Plants
January 12, 2018
Yes, Dog Flu Could One Day Spread to Humans
January 12, 2018
Is There a Wave of Republicans Retiring from Congress? Statistics Say No
January 10, 2018
CWD: Is 'Mad Cow Disease' in Deer a Threat to Humans?
January 9, 2018
Study Suggests Most Clinical Trials Are Scientifically Unjustified, Unethical
January 8, 2018
Google Searches Correlate with Suicides
January 5, 2018
Anti-Vaxx, Quackery, and Rape: What Is Going on at Cleveland Clinic?
January 4, 2018
Food Additive May Be Worsening Clostridium Difficile Epidemic
January 3, 2018
With Orrin Hatch Retiring, Alternative Medicine Is Losing Its Biggest Senate Supporter
January 2, 2018
'Video Gaming Disorder' Is Just Like 'Dinosaur Obsession Disorder'
December 29, 2017
Will Lawyers Destroy Science?
December 28, 2017
Congress Is Forming a Bipartisan Alternative Medicine Caucus
December 27, 2017
Quack Alert! ACSH's Most Controversial Articles of 2017
December 22, 2017
Butterfly Wings Inspire Chemical Weapons Sensors
December 21, 2017
ACSH's 10 Most Popular Articles of 2017
December 20, 2017
Decline of Chickenpox a Problem for Millennials?
December 19, 2017
10 Biggest Junk Science Stories of 2017
December 18, 2017
Let's Make 'GMO' Politically Incorrect
December 8, 2017
My Christmas Wish: A Day of Sanity
December 7, 2017
If We Disagree, Should I Destroy Your Career?
December 6, 2017
Sonic Attack: Cuba Playing Us for Fools
December 5, 2017
Left-Handers Have Advantage in Sports with High Time Pressure
December 3, 2017
Astronauts' Core Body Temperature Increases on Extended Space Missions
November 30, 2017
The Death of Science Journalism
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Nothing Grimes Said About Eyeballs or Depression Makes Any Sense
Seven Wonders of the Biotech World
2 Dead from Unknown Respiratory Virus. What Could it Be?
More People Die in Winter than Summer
'Karius' Blood Test Detects 1,250 Different Microbial Pathogens
Fact-Check: Nevada's Rep. Susie Lee Fearmongers Over Yucca Mountain
The Case for Mandatory Vaccination and Mental Health Treatment
Facebook Declares War on Fake Health, Snake Oil. But Can It Do It Right?
Toxic America: The Guardian Spreads Chemophobia and Anti-Americanism
Modern Parenting: Is 'Bringing Up Bébé' Still Relevant?
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Why Dragonfly Wings Kill Bacteria
A Molecule in Bees' Royal Jelly Promotes Wound Healing
Ethanol: A Lethal Injection for Tumors
Like Beef, Insects Are a Good Source of Iron
Infographic: The Best and Worst Science News Sites
Sonochemical Synthesis: Did Life Originate Inside Collapsing Bubbles?
African-American Homicide Rate Nearly Quadruple the National Average
Peanut-Free School Zones Don't Work
New Model Predicts Which Mentally Ill Patients Are Unlikely to Be Violent
'Double Trojan Horse' Drug Tricks Bacteria into Committing Suicide