Sure, Goop is a snake oil hell, but it's also a wonderland of high-tech sex toys, cool kitchen wares, and even a few things we can actually afford.
After German authorities confiscated some of her property, the snake oil saleswoman reappears.
Colloidal silver, one of the oldest faux cure-alls, has made an unsurprising comeback in the pandemic age.
People are buying into claims that drinking unregulated, potentially harmful substances—including dissolved silver and a bleaching chemical—will protect them from COVID-19. VICE investigates the rising trend, and the people profiting from it.
Roby Mitchell claims that ketamine can cure autism symptoms—and has been boasting on social media that he's persuaded a family to try it on their six-year-old.
An advertising watchdog group is taking on Gwyneth Paltrow's lifestyle site.
It's the kind of stuff you typically see former sitcom stars hawking.
Some of the cleverest, most exciting, and original ideas in gaming aren't on your PC or your console, but they could be on your kitchen table.
A substance called Miracle Mineral Solution has developed a cult following among a subset of the anti-vaxxer community, where it is believed to be a cure for everything from diabetes to AIDS.