Encouraging Evidence-Free Enterprise: Business on a Bed of Sand
The former National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine’s use of two U.S. government grant programs for small businesses is examined and found to lend legitimacy to the lucrative business of non-evidence-based medicine.
Selling Pseudoscience: A Rent in the Fabric of American Medicine
A study of federal funding advancing naturopathy, acupuncture, chiropractic, and energy healing as acceptable medical protocols finds troubling misuse of taxpayer dollars.
Acupuncture: A Science-Based Assessment
Acupuncture has become increasingly embedded within the American healthcare system, despite mounting empirical evidence against it.