Here’s a surprise: rates of sexually-transmitted diseases are high among performers in the adult film industry.
Six executives from leading drink companies have written to The Times today protesting about a story on alcohol-related deaths.
Scientists from the US are the most prone to dishonesty, claims a new paper (1) in the Journal of Medical Ethics.
Fish and the oils it contains are supposed to be good for mothers-to-be and their children.
A formal complaint has been made to The Lancet’s Ombudsman over a paper on the risks of Caesareans that was the subject of a critical analysis by Straight Statistics.
The bigger a study, the better? That’s an assumption often made. But even studies that knock us out by their sheer size may be wrong.
Too many clinical trials produce results that are statistically significant but clinically meaningless, according to two US cardiologists.