Public Health

Marriage Is Healthy For Men But Bad For Women? Results Show The Opposite

Men who live alone and have a smaller social network are less likely to be obese than women who have the same lifestyle, according to results found in the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging survey. This debunks the cultural trope that marriage is worse f ...

Article - News Staff - Jul 31 2020 - 12:21pm

Chemistry of Disappearing Alcohol: Your Body the Culprit or the Victim?

Most people drink alcoholic beverages without actually knowing what happens to it as it enters into their body. "A hangover" is a common thing alcohol drinkers know, or maybe they have heard that it is the culprit of many car accidents, some liv ...

Blog Post - Camilo Tabinas - Jul 31 2020 - 10:07pm

The Real Victims Of The Vaping Anti-Flavor Crusade Are Former Smokers- Opinion

The public was sold a false bill of goods by “grassroots” anti-vaping activists when they crusaded against e-cigarettes and e-cigarette flavors in front of city councils, state houses and the U.S. Congress throughout 2019. We were told that the seductivel ...

Article - News Staff - Aug 4 2020 - 11:40am

COVID-19 Does Not Transmit Like Simulated Flu- UK's Policy Fact Checked Against WHO Recommendations And Scientific Evidence

The UK’s policy is based on a model such as is used in pandemic simulations. The (simulated) influenza in this model is an upper respiratory tract infection, and is airborne which means you can get it just by breathing the air of someone who is near you. ...

Article - Robert Walker - Aug 6 2020 - 12:14pm

The False Fear Of ‘Toxic Breast Milk’

At the American Council on Science and Health, we have been keeping our eyes on Denmark's Dr. Phillipe Grandjean and the Harvard School of Public Health for quite some time now. He has a long and well-deserved reputation of being in the forefront of ...

Article - Gil Ross - Aug 19 2020 - 4:08pm

Eat A Vegetarian Diet If It Suits You, It Won't Make You Healthier- Only Fewer Calories Will

People often adopt vegetarian or even vegan diets because they are told it will make them healthier, but the same epidemiological correlation that tried to link butter with heart disease claimed trans fats would prevent it, and now statistical links claim ...

Article - Hank Campbell - Aug 28 2020 - 9:47am

Bill Gates Will NOT And CANNOT Inject Us With A Microchip In A Vaccine- Fails Basic Fact Check

Bill Gates doesn't make vaccines. There are now 176 vaccines from many different countries, thirty four of those already in clinical trials and eight in phase 3. Some may be approved soon, and none are made by the Bill and Melinda Gates foundation. T ...

Article - Robert Walker - Sep 4 2020 - 10:11pm

COVID-19 Has Brought 'Thirdhand' Smoke Epidemiology Back From Its Science Grave

With COVID-19 and worries about the SARS-CoV-2 virus keeping millions of people at home, activists and lawyers are hoping to resurrect worry about a problem dismissed by scientists as a money grab; third-hand smoke. ...

Article - Hank Campbell - Sep 18 2020 - 8:48am

Smokers Use E-Cigarettes To Quit

When e-cigarettes- vaping- began to gain in popularity in the early part of this decade, critics like Dr. Stan Glantz at UC San Francisco claimed they were only going to be used in addition to cigarettes, so risk reduction and smoking cessation would not h ...

Article - Hank Campbell - Sep 21 2020 - 6:01am

Like 'Sustainable' And 'Organic', Consumers Misunderstand What 'Whole Grain' Means

Consumers have been so saturated with vague marketing claims that nearly 50 percent can't correctly identify what is claimed to be a "healthier" option on packages. That sounds bad, except buying whole grain or white bread or fancy crackers ...

Article - Hank Campbell - Sep 30 2020 - 11:14am