Harriet Hall is a retired physician who lives in Puyallup, Washington, and writes about alternative medicine and pseudoscience for many skeptical magazines.
A review of Unnatural Acts: Critical Thinking, Skepticism, and Science Exposed! by Robert Todd Carroll.
August 24, 2012
Part 2 of Harriet Hall, MD’s presentation from the 2009 Skeptic’s Toolbox conference.
August 24, 2012
Part 1 of Harriet Hall, MD’s presentation from the 2009 Skeptic’s Toolbox conference.
Setting the Record Straight about Science and Longevity
Why Belief Always Comes First
A review of The Believing Brain by Michael Shermer
Two Views of the War on Cancer
Reviews of Pink Ribbon Blues by Gayle Sulik and The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee
Do those who comment on blogs even read the articles they are responding to? Here is a case study in emotional thinking, ad hominem arguments, logical...
A review of Evolution: How We and All Living Things Came to Be by Daniel Loxton
Carrying a Power Balance card in your pocket will supposedly improve your athletic performance and cure what ails you.
Alternative practitioners constantly claim that conventional medicine treats only symptoms while they treat underlying causes. They’ve got it backwards.
It is useless for skeptics to argue with someone who doesn’t play by the rules of science and reason.
We’re Wrong More Than We Think
Review of On Being Certain: Believing You Are Right Even When You're Not by Robert Burton, MD
An ad for a weight-loss product falsifies its own slogan by printing outright lies.
Schwartz says his experiments reveal our natural power to heal based on our ability to sense and manipulate human energy fields.
Masaru Emoto’s Wonderful World of Water
It can read, listen to music, look at pictures, hear your thoughts, heal you, and create world peace.
Fix Your Ruptured Disk without Surgery?
The Truth behind the Ads
Critical Chiropractor, Inept Publisher
The P.R.E.S.T.O.N. Protocol for Back Pain: The Seven Evidence-Based Practices for Living Pain-Free by Preston Long.
A skeptic encounters psychics, astrologers, and other strange creatures and discovers how they react to science and reason.
Andrew Weil: Harvard Hatched a Gullible Guru
Review of Natural Health, Natural Medicine. By Andrew Weil.
Blind Spots, Brain Maps, and Backaches: A New Chiropractic Delusion
A new test that measures the size of the blind spot to detect altered brain function and correct it with chiropractic...
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