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A claim has popped up in the UK that has caught the attention of many, and that includes both the media and also the movers and shakers within the political arena. Apparently Cadbury, the chocolate manufacturer,  and the National Trust have supposedly obliterated all references to Easter from material promoting egg hunts across the […]

Claim: National Trust and Cadbury’s have dropped the word Easter


You might perhaps consider a chiropractor to be a wholly qualified medical doctor who will address specific issues such as back pain, but that is not the case. A new investigation from Canada once again throws a light upon all this. CBC conduced a review of the various claims being promoted […]

Medical Fraud: Investigation finds chiropractor claims are grossly misleading




The subject line might strike you as a tad obvious, but a new study published by the journal, BMJ Acupuncture in Medicine, appears to claim that this is exactly what you should do, and asserts that their latest study proves this. Many media outlets in the US have been promoting this, but […]

If your baby is crying, don’t stick pins in it – #acupuncture does not work


The BBC reports on a recently published study as follows … A University of Cambridge study devised psychological tools to target fact distortion. Researchers suggest “pre-emptively exposing” readers to a small “dose” of the misinformation can help organisations cancel out bogus claims. Stories on the US election and Syria are […]

Is a Fake News Vaccine really possible?