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Statins have no side effects? What our study really found (badscience.net)
4 points by tokenadult on Mar 14, 2014 | past | web | 1 comment
RandomiseMe lets anyone design and run a randomised controlled trial (badscience.net)
1 point by gcheong on Dec 16, 2013 | past | web
Bicycle Helmets and the law: a perfect teaching case for epidemiology (badscience.net)
45 points by biehl on Dec 14, 2013 | past | web | 58 comments
Building evidence inot education (badscience.net)
1 point by ColinWright on Mar 15, 2013 | past | web
Ben Goldacre: Here’s the foreword to my new book, Bad Pharma (badscience.net)
146 points by bootload on Sept 25, 2012 | past | web | 85 comments
Why won’t Prof. Susan Greenfield publish this theory in a scientific journal? (badscience.net)
2 points by bootload on Sept 8, 2012 | past | web
Here’s our Cabinet Office paper on randomised trials of government policies (badscience.net)
1 point by tokenadult on June 23, 2012 | past | web
Matthias Rath – steal this chapter (badscience.net)
1 point by shrikant on May 31, 2012 | past | web
The golden arse beam method (badscience.net)
2 points by MaysonL on Feb 13, 2012 | past | web
Traps in Data Journalism (badscience.net)
1 point by tokenadult on Jan 3, 2012 | past | web | 2 comments
50% of neuroscience papers suffer from a major statistical error. (badscience.net)
182 points by zacharyvoase on Nov 28, 2011 | past | web | 94 comments
Testing Treatments: Best Popular Book on Evidence-Based Medicine (badscience.net)
2 points by tokenadult on Oct 20, 2011 | past | web
The Doctor Will Sue You Now (badscience.net)
2 points by shrikant on Sept 29, 2011 | past | web
Benford’s Law: using stats to bust an entire nation for naughtiness (badscience.net)
2 points by baha_man on Sept 23, 2011 | past | web
Academic papers are hidden from the public. Here's some direct action. (badscience.net)
156 points by ColinWright on Sept 16, 2011 | past | web | 50 comments
Brain imaging studies report more positive findings than numbers support (badscience.net)
2 points by baha_man on Aug 26, 2011 | past | web
Sampling error, the unspoken issue behind small number changes in the news (badscience.net)
1 point by baha_man on Aug 22, 2011 | past | web
I foresee that nobody will do anything about this problem (badscience.net)
1 point by ColinWright on July 16, 2011 | past | web
There's something magical about watching patterns emerge from data (badscience.net)
5 points by ColinWright on June 23, 2011 | past | web
Kids who spot bullshit, and the adults who get upset about it (badscience.net)
330 points by baha_man on June 4, 2011 | past | web | 133 comments
Existential Angst Biases (badscience.net)
2 points by JonnieCache on May 27, 2011 | past | web
We should so blatantly do more randomised trials on policy – Bad Science (badscience.net)
1 point by ColinWright on May 23, 2011 | past | web
How to read a paper (badscience.net)
2 points by strayer on Apr 20, 2011 | past | web
When journalists do primary research (badscience.net)
5 points by baha_man on Apr 9, 2011 | past | web
Anarchy for the UK. Ish. (badscience.net)
1 point by baha_man on Apr 3, 2011 | past | web
When ethics committees kill (badscience.net)
52 points by baha_man on Mar 26, 2011 | past | web | 13 comments
Why don’t journalists link to primary sources? (badscience.net)
173 points by baha_man on Mar 19, 2011 | past | web | 51 comments
Why cigarette packs matter (badscience.net)
79 points by baha_man on Mar 12, 2011 | past | web | 35 comments
You’re ooonly cheating yourself – Bad Science (badscience.net)
3 points by trbecker on Feb 28, 2011 | past | web
How to read a paper (badscience.net)
1 point by bootload on Jan 29, 2011 | past | web

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