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There’s Nothing Sinister Lurking in That Baby Formula

There’s Nothing Sinister Lurking in That Baby Formula

29 July 2014 by Gem Newman

This is a guest post by Laura Creek Newman, RD, critically examining health claims about infant formula made by Meghan Telpner, “Nutritionista”, in her recent article What’s Lurking In That Baby Formula? I am going to preface this with my background. I am a registered dietitian practicing for four years, largely in all areas of […]

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Skeptical Fails and Wins This Week

18 March 2012 by Melany Hamill

Hey there skeptifans. Here are the media Fails and Wins you sent me this week. Baby On Bed Anna sent in this win from Slate, discussing bed sharing with infants. Actress and PhD Mayam Bialik released a parenting book encouraging the practice, but Slate points out the risks associated with it. Parenting is one of […]

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Skeptical Fails and Wins This Week

10 July 2011 by Melany Hamill

Hello skeptifans. I hope you are all enjoying the summer. Here are the Fails and Wins in the media last week. Paying Homage to Darwin in an Unconventional Format: Rap The New York Times had a great writeup on Baba Brinkman’s show, The Rap Guide to Evolution. Vancouver skepticampers were treated to a fantastic performance […]

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