Tagged: studies

The 52 IQ studies used by anti-fluoride campaigners - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Mar 28, 2018

Slide number 30 from Paul Connett presentation prepared for a talk at NZ Parliament buildings in February 2018. Continuing my critique of the presentation prepared by Paul Connett for his much-publicised meeting at Parliament Building in February. The meeting attracted only three MPs but his presentation is useful as it presents all the arguments anti-fluoride campaigners rely on at the … Read More

Yes the ‘cheerleader effect’ is real – and you can make it work in your favour - Guest Work

Guest Author Mar 05, 2018

Evita March, Federation University Australia This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. When it comes to presenting yourself online – such as your profile pic for Facebook or even Tinder – which type of photo do you chose? The selfie you’ve taken after careful consideration of lighting, hair and maybe makeup? … Read More

It’s time to end the debate about video games and violence - Guest Work

Guest Author Feb 21, 2018

Christopher J. Ferguson, Stetson University This article was originally published on The Conversation. Read the original article. In the wake of the Valentine’s Day shooting at a Broward County, Florida high school, a familiar trope has reemerged: Often, when a young man is the shooter, people try to blame the tragedy on violent video games … Read More

Coffee and Cancer – A complicated story - Molecular Matters

Michael Edmonds Nov 03, 2011

In last week’s Christchurch Press I noticed an article entitled “Coffee may help prevent skin cancer”. This caught my attention because several years ago I remember reading that coffee contained a wide range of potential carcinogens (cancer causing compounds). According to the article, women who drank more than three cups of coffee (a day?-time period not specified) had a 20% … Read More