Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2015 Jan 19;1:CD009436. Complementary therapies for acne vulgaris.. As is usually the case, pseudo-medicines only work for badly done studies. “There is some low-quality evidence from single trials that LGLD, tea tree oil, and bee venom may reduce total skin lesions in acne vulgaris, but there is a lack of evidence from the current review to support the use of other CAMs, such as herbal medicine, acupuncture, or wet-cupping therapy, for the treatment of this condition.”
Teach medical students to be critical, says Ernst. “In Exeter, I don’t think medical students learn how to think critically and that is the most important task because knowledge in medicine changes very fast and so you need that tool of critical thinking,”
Just as homeopathy is approaching death's door in the United States, Australia and the U.K., up pops this last-ditch effort at resuscitation in none other than the highly respected American Journal of...
A while back I mentioned a study that wasn't a study by the British Chiropractor Association that suggested that texting could kill you.
Their completely unsubstantiated theory is that texting, by ca...
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