Take a deep breath Food strikes back and tries to kill you Dr. John Ioannidis, pre-pandemic, on public health communication
Science should always be open to new approaches and ideas. Perhaps this seems self-evident, but although this may sound good in theory, many scientists view new approaches challenging their long-held beliefs with skepticism or downright hostility. Rather than rationally examining ideas that cause discomfort, ideas are off-handedly dismissed, and the people advancing them are attacked. This is the scientific version of “cancel culture.”
In a sense, you could describe most modern medications as judiciously applied poisons. And as guest writer Frank Schnell explains, that is just one facet to grasp if you're seeking the understand the confusing concept known as hormesis.
Many homeowners and those buying property are concerned about potential radon-related health issues, specifically having to do with radiation exposure as a cause of cancer. A new publication by Dr. Jerry Cuttler, an advisor at the American Council, dispels that concern using science.