- Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy for Pets–What’s The Evidence?
- Evidence Update–Homemade Diet Recipes for Your Pet are Unreliable
- Australian Government Cracks Down on Bogus Claims for “Black Salve”
- Evidence Update–Is Surgery Really Necessary for Dogs with Cruciate Ligament Ruptures?
- Plechner Syndrome and the Art of Making Stuff Up
Category Archives: Humor
Comments like the latest in the Double Helix Water thread always make me think of this: “Alice laughed: “There’s no use trying,” she said; “one can’t believe impossible things.” “I daresay you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When … Continue reading
(From Veterinarians Behaving Badly. Hasn’t happened to me yet, but I’ve been taken to task, and others I know have been banned for expressing their critical thinking)
Another gem from Sci-ence.org
In case you were wondering, and I’m sure you were, the Australian homeopathy practice Homeopathy Plus has finally answered the burning question, “Can fish be treated with homeopathy?” Not surprisingly, the answer is “Yes.” Now the principle of potentization, in … Continue reading
A spot of British humour with your tea? Here are few excerpts from the article Made-up medicine works on made-up illnesses ACUPUNCTURE has been shown to be extremely effective amongst people who have nothing wrong with them. Experts stressed that … Continue reading
From comic blogger Sci-ence (sorry, can’t get the schwa character in there).
Thanks to a fellow skeptic for pointing out this CAM practice, which is sadly not any more bizarre than many others which are more popular. Japanese Eyeball Poking Really, what else needs to be said?
I couldn’t resist passing along this little gem. A veterinarian named Dr. Margo Roman, who practices and advocates for the usual hodgepodge of alternative veterinary therapies, has a project called Dr. DoMore which is focused on producing DVD “documentaries” (a.k.a. … Continue reading