And other strange facts from The Weirdest Thing I Learned This Week.
No matter what anyone says.
From YouTube videos to live-streamed conferences, the movement is using technology to plant its message.
Myths about migraines have been greatly exaggerated.
Neuroscientists examine the dubious theory of phrenology.
An investigation into the internet’s favorite home remedy.
He faces a hearing for his quackery next week
Michael Phelps' "cupping" is just the latest quackery to hit the Games
Could the treatments be losing steam in the U.S., too?
At long last
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