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      Jul 10, 2022

      The laying on of hands. The stethoscope. The “does it hurt when I press here.” We are all familiar with the physil exam a doctor does when investigating our symptoms. But in the 21st century, with access to ultrasound and MRI, are these old-fashioned techniques still relevant or just cool parlour tricks?...

      Jun 5, 2022

      What does the body of evidence say on the topic of sexually transmitted infections? Plus: should you worry about monkeypox, and what is going on with mysterious ses of liver inflammation in children?


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      (2:15) STIs: nomenclature, HIV, rising ses


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      (8:57) STIs: why ses are increasing, who should...

      May 22, 2022

      The Body of Evidence is releasing an episode of HFMA’s Voices in Healthre Finance podst, which features an interview with Dr. Christopher Labos on the topic of weight bias in healthre, including what health inditors to focus on instead of weight and how to help patients who are at risk improve their health...

      May 8, 2022

      What does the body of evidence say on the topic of MSG? Plus: we dig into a new study that alleges that artificial sweeteners are associated with a higher risk of ncer (but But BUT!), and will we keep boosting people against COVID every four months?


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      (2:05) MSG: what it is, where it comes from, and where it...

      Apr 24, 2022

      Chris and Jonathan welcome back to the show Paul Ingraham, the founder of PainScience.com. He charts his early days as a woo believer, his transformation into a skeptic, and the thing that got him in trouble with his massage therapy regulatory body: tone. Do healthre regulators re for snark? Is it their role to...