All the Nags from 2010
- Why the poor pay virtually no attention to those ‘quit smoking’ campaigns
- News flash: food is better than supplements for staying healthy
- What has happened to you, Dr. Oz?
- Four marketing tricks that Ikea uses to seduce us
- When doctors go retail: is it okay to sell products?
- The haunting of medical journals: how ghostwriting sold hormone replacement therapy
- Provocative TV ad targets McDonald’s high-fat fare
- How deductive reasoning can lead us to stupid conclusions
- Please, no more fridge magnets! Why companies spend all that money on useless corporate swag
- Cardiologists accused of implanting coronary stents that were not needed
- Seth Godin: “This is broken!”
- Seattle report claims: “Admitting medical errors is not always the best policy”
- Sugar is good for you – and for the people who make sugar!
- Why doctors get sued
- How a New York bakery sold $23.5 million worth of cupcakes last year
- JUST SAY NO to antipsychotic drugs for toddlers
- Big Pharma’s biggest “phlops”
- Is your doctor a “thought leader”?
- T-Mobile and the flash mob marketing phenomenon
- Nobel prize winner forced to retract three flawed peer-reviewed journal articles
- ‘Extreme exam anxiety’ – disability or excuse?
- Bad doctors earning good money from Big Pharma
- Whistleblowing is dangerous to your health
- In Thailand, exercise provides relief for all pain
- Novartis stable of big name athletes lures docs to drug dinners
- Anti-aging question for Suzanne Somers: “Why is pig thyroid good for us, but horse urine bad?
- Lipitor and nine other blockbuster drugs that are “falling off the patent cliff” this year
- Paying illegal kickbacks to doctors: just the cost of doing business for Big Pharma?
- Putting a positive spin on negative medical research results
- The Five A’s of Empty Arguments
- Post hoc ergo properter hoc – Latin for “Don’t drink the water!”
- Mayo Clinic warning: “Beware of alternative health care fraud”
- Why the Pope needs media training
- The Top 10 posts from The Ethical Nag for 2010
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