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Antioxidant Megavitamins for Brain Health: Puffery vs. Fact


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by Reynold Spector
Volume 43.2,

Feature

Billions of dollars are spent on worthless and even harmful megavitamin therapy, especially with vitamins C and E. How did the craze for megavitamins and multivitamins come about, and why does it continue?

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Respectful Skepticism


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by Craig A. Foster
Volume 43.2,

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Being respectful isn’t just a nice thing to do. Skeptics are more likely to succeed if they defend science and reason in a consistently respectful manner.

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The Dematerialization Crusade


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by Mario Bunge
Volume 43.2,

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What have spiritualism and dematerialization added to the body of certified knowledge? Although many proponents of dematerialism have been distinguished scientists, they earned their stripes by inventing theories or methods that had little or nothing to do with that.

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Superstars, Timely Insights, Fun: Latest CSICon Was Biggest (and Best?) Ever


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by Kendrick Frazier
Volume 43.2,

Conference Report

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Out-of-the-Box Skepticism: Opening CSICon 2018


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by Paul Fidalgo, Communications Director
Volume 43.2,

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Parasites and Modern Mind Control


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by Paul Fidalgo, Communications Director
Volume 43.2,

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False Beliefs Handled with Care at CSICon 2018


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by Paul Fidalgo, Communications Director
Volume 43.2,

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Improving the Narrative: Enlightenment and Illusions


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by Paul Fidalgo, Communications Director
Volume 43.2,

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It Has Always Been a Matter of Trust


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by Paul Fidalgo, Communications Director
Volume 43.2,

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Playing Gracefully with Ideas: Stephen Fry, Evolution, and Leonardo


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by Paul Fidalgo, Communications Director
Volume 43.2,

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You Can’t Fit What We Skeptics Do into a Neat Box


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by Kendrick Frazier
Volume 43.2,

Commentary

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Embracing Option D: Knowing When You Don’t Know


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by Benjamin Radford
Volume 43.2,

Commentary

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Vitamin Megatherapy and Respectful Skepticism


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by The Committee for Skeptical Inquiry
Volume 43.2,

From the Editor

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The Mind of Leonardo da Vinci, Part 1


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by Massimo Polidoro
Volume 43.2,

Notes on a Strange World

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The Saga of Tom Horn


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by Joe Nickell
Volume 43.2,

Investigative Files

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Fake News about Health Products


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by Harriet Hall
Volume 43.2,

Reality is the Best Medicine

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An Artist with a Science-Based Mission


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by Stuart Vyse
Volume 43.2,

Behavior & Belief

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The Science of Why Yoga Quiets the Mind: Fitness Industry Hype Obscures Yoga’s True Benefits


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by Matt Nisbet
Volume 43.2,

The Science of Science Communication

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Bailing in the Mummies


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by Benjamin Radford
Volume 43.2,

Skeptical Inquiree

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First Book by the Rogues of the Skeptics’ Guide a Terrific Read


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by Rob Palmer
Volume 43.2,

Review

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What We Know: A Lay Public Primer


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by Russ Dobler
Volume 43.2,

Review

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A Look into the Transcendental Deception


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by Joseph P. Szimhart
Volume 43.2,

Review