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[2011-07-27] Elizabeth May’s wireless problem
[2010-08-18] Steve Thoms: WiFi won’t make your head explode
[2010-08-06] Naturopathic doctor to offer subsidized care for those in need
[2010-07-07] Health ads misleading, watchdog says
[2010-05-28] Who's Killing Our Babies
[2010-01-29] RFK Jr, Mercury & Fish
[2010-01-21] Oxygen Therapy for overstressed pets
[2009-12-31] 2010 Predictions don't even get the past right
[2009-12-18] How to cure asthma by sitting in a warmish box
[2009-12-14] Why I am no longer a Skeptic on Climate Change
[2009-12-01] Counter-Counterpoint: More Problems with Naturopaths
[2009-11-16] Selling cures to the gullible in a reality-free zone
[2009-11-13] Homeopathy offers fake cures for whatever ails you
[2009-11-10] Blood supply versus Charter rights
[2009-11-06] 'Detoxing' and the need to repent
[2009-11-04] When Canada's celebritocracy meets swine flu
[2009-10-29] What part of "get vaccinated" don't people understand?
[2009-10-26] Controversial autism conference got funds from Sick Kids
[2009-10-26] Blogs raise the alarm on autism conference
More consequences of calling sugar pills “safe and effective”
Crack Your Back instead of a Vial of Vaccine?
Toronto Media, false balance, and the lack of evidence for claims about MIA vet John Hartley Robertson
How Western journalists in Vietnam and POW NGOs were not fooled by tales of MIA Vet back from the dead
Did a Canadian filmmaker find a left behind Vietnam vet or did credulous Toronto media give new life to an old scam?
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