When it comes to health claims, the line between fact and fiction can appear blurry. We’re here to help. A lot of the information in the media or on the Internet isn’t “out-there alternative stuff,” says Timothy Caulfield, ’87 BSc(Spec), ’90 LLB. “A lot of it appears to be rooted in science. It’s challenging because it seems so legitimate.” Caulfield is a champion of science. He holds a Canada Research Chair in Health Law and Policy and is a popular author and speaker on pseudoscience and health fads. He hosts the Netflix documentary series A User’s Guide to Cheating Death. We created a quiz based on his tips to avoid being duped by pseudoscience.
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