Is Graphene a Cure-All or Glyphosate 2.0?

This story is about graphene materials and philosophy. Graphene! Graphene! Graphene is here, at last! We the people, meaning, we the lowly peasants, can sigh a sigh of relief. Can you hear our celebratory breath? Sorry probably not behind our masks but trust us, we are celebrating, and following the science. I mean, what took… Read More »

B Vitamins May Protect Against Damaging Effects of Air Pollution

Editor’s Note: This article is a reprint. It was originally published March 27, 2017. B vitamins are important for cognition and mental health, but research suggests they may have other important functions as well. A small-scale human trial1 found B vitamins may help protect against air pollution.2,3 At high doses, B vitamins were actually able… Read More »

Gross Misconduct — The Final Nail in the Coffin for Antidepressants

According to medical journalist Robert Whitaker, author of “Mad in America” and publisher of, the widely-made claim that antidepressants work for nearly 7 out of 10 real-world patients is based on research misconduct and scientific fraud. “If the major media picks up on this story, they will have the chance to report on what… Read More »