Another A+ job from our friends at HealthNewsReview.org. "The researcher who discusses the test, and who is the senior author of the New England Journal of Medicine study that sparked the coverage, is listed on a
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While we would have written the first half of the headline differently, the latest article in The New York Times' series on global public health and food industry influence is a must-read. It brilliantly details the
"More than 28,000 Illinois doctors accepted $74.1 million from pharmaceutical and medical device companies in 2016, excluding payments for research, according to a Tribune analysis of recently released federal data.
We're always looking to share how reputable organizations navigate conflicted sponsorship. The latest example: Cochrane policy on commercial sponsorship of Cochrane Reviews and Cochrane Groups. Highlights: *
New York University's Dr. Marion Nestle is an advisor to the American Society of Nutrition’s Early Career Nutrition group and was asked to address this question for its spring/summer newsletter: "Should nutrition
A recent paper published in the Journal of Clinical Epidemiology found that "there is a massive production of meta-analyses of antidepressants for depression authored by or linked to the industry, and they almost never