Prodovite is a liquid nutritional supplement marketed as "nutrition you can feel." The claims are pseudoscientific nonsense and the single unblinded clinical study is junk science that relies on a bogus test: live cell microscopy.
Does the ketogenic diet work for epilepsy or other neurological disorders? While the consensus is that it probably does, the evidence is surprisingly thin.
Caffeine is not addictive. Regular users of caffeine can develop tolerance and mild physical dependence, and sudden withdrawal can cause headaches and other symptoms (but only in half the population). This is does not qualify as addiction.
Is gout a consequence of lifestyle choices? Or is it mainly genetics?
An updated review of the science finds that artificial sweeteners are still a safe and effective option for weight management.
Dry eyes? Despite guidelines that recommend fish oil consumption, a new trial demonstrate that they are not effective.
A new systematic review of clinical trials shows no clear benefit to consuming omega-3 fatty acids in food or supplements.
Yet another massive meta-analysis shows no health benefit to routine supplementation with vitamins or minerals.
Colorectal cancer is common. A new study examines the relationship with vitamin D levels.