From black holes at the Earth's center to decapitated quails, a group of scientists—some working for a journal from a major publisher—are prolifically publishing pseudoscience.
Pseudoscientific beliefs of local forest communities in India are killing animals including tigers, sloth bears and wild boars.
"Down to Earth," hosted by Zac Efron, is just one new show on the platform to peddle pseudoscience about health.
Dr. Nicole LePera preaches empowerment and agency with regard to mental health and self-care... alongside strident messaging about rejecting established science and relying on yourself instead.
More things that don’t work: blowing a hair dryer up your nose, putting essential oils on your butt hole, holding your breath for 10 seconds, or gargling warm water.
They’re already common in Indonesia, so why not cash in on it?
Rogue waves could be responsible for some of the region’s most notorious vanishings, but that won't stop rumors about Atlantis, aliens, and time warps.
From Phiten necklaces to magic underpants, there's always a product promising to give you an edge.
There’s hardly any evidence that freezing your body helps muscles recover.
King Gunawan's magical camera somehow saw through all the artifice and photographed the "me" few people get to see.
Belle Gibson admitted in 2015 that it was all bull.