I was initially going to write this about what was sent to me by Healthline, but after researching it, I decided that it would be better to do a quick post about pseudoscience. I half recommend the site.
Hello my sunshines! So, I’m really excited. I got contacted by Healthline, of course, the first thing I did was try to see if it was a site that was full of shit. Here’s what I found: Tech Crunch has nothing but good things to say about it, ScamAdvisor gives it a high trust rating.
I’m really not a fan of promoting potential “treatments” where the best thing you can say is “studies suggest” (with no link to the studies) or “there’s a possibility that“, which is often followed by a lack of studies, or even a lack of statement of studies. Learn to understand how to tell the difference between science and pseudoscience. Please. I ask this because I love you guys, and I don’t want you to get sucked into the world of bullshit. It’s pretty much useless, can definitely be dangerous, and well, doesn’t use the scientific method.
To the individual from Healthline that contacted me: if you are reading this, I’m neither endorsing nor rejecting Healthline. I will present what I find as it is and let others decide what to do with the information. Thank you again for contacting me.
Thank you for reading sunshines, I hope you have a beautiful day!