"Wellness" peddlers and start-up goons are rushing to fill the vacuum created by a messy government, a privatized healthcare system, and rising anxiety about coronavirus.
Rae, the wellness company behind the drops, pointed to teen girls "misusing" the product as the reason for the recall.
Wellness company Rae’s product is effectively marketed—even if it might not actually be effective.
The “brain-boosting” supplements, like most supplements, are largely unregulated.
It's the rules, and also, it's science.
Avoid the snake oil. This stuff actually works.
Plenty of research suggests that taking vitamin supplements isn’t helpful unless you’re working with your doctor to address a specific deficiency.
VICE’s Will Tilghman spent a week getting all of his “news” from InfoWars and surviving solely on the food and supplements the site peddles.
It's not the levels of testosterone that men have that matters, but rather how sensitive they are to the hormone.
“Many claims on supplement labels are usually, if not always, based on exaggerated research findings."