A judge in California is going to determine whether or not coffee causes cancer.
It's that time of year again. The Holiday Season has ended, and society collectively begins its slog through a new year. What better time, then, to scare the living daylights out of everybody?
Much buzz has surrounded President Trump's "Fake News Awards." Given that part of our mission is debunking pseudoscience and bogus health claims, we felt obliged to offer our own Fake News Award ... for junk science.
Orrin Hatch, a Republican Senator from Utah, has announced his retirement. When he leaves, the Senate will lose its most ardent supporter of alternative medicine.
Scientists and lawyers do not get along. There's a reason for that. Simply put, scientists and lawyers do not think alike.
ACSH is in the business of promoting evidence-based science and debunking junk science. That rubs some people the wrong way.
One of the predictable consequences of our tribalistic, hyperpartisan society is a collapse in basic decency.
Good science journalism is hard to find. In a world of fake news, the public needs trusted guides to help them understand complex issues.
ACSH has been around since 1978 but I doubt we have ever seen anything like this before.
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