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Skeptical Fails and Wins this Week

06 November 2011 by Melany Hamill

Bonjour skeptifans. Here are the media Fails and Wins you sent me last week. America’s Toxic Flu shots: 250 times EPA mercury limit Lorne sent in this link. If you have followed the vaccine “controversy”, you are probably familiar with thimerosol. Thimerosol is a preservative used in vaccines, and according to this article it is […]

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A Skeptic’s Guide to Magical Thinking – Part 3

27 October 2010 by Erik Davis

Welcome to the third installment of my five-part series on Magical Thinking, running Monday – Friday this week, which provides more background for my talk at Skepticamp Toronto last weekend.  You may wish to read Part 1 and Part 2 first, to put this post into context. On Essentialism & Vitalism In yesterday’s article, we […]

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13 January 2010 by Kim Hebert

I came upon the subject of prolotherapy almost a year ago when I was still in school studying occupational therapy. I had a patient with subluxation of the shoulder – a common side effect in stroke where the weight of the arm without appropriate muscle tone pulls the shoulder joint out of alignment – and […]

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