Oftentimes eye drops do not end up where they are needed. Now, purchasers of eye expensive drops like those used to treat glaucoma – as well as the companies that make them – are now turning their collective gaze towards the U.S. Supreme Court, for a different kind of solution.
The lure of page views and viral videos strikes again. A not-so-new disturbing trend of snorting condoms is in good company with other misguided, dangerous fads.
The coffee lawsuit has turned science upside-down by requiring coffee companies to prove that their product isn’t unsafe. That is absurd, not only because it violates 400 years of common sense about coffee, but because it is impossible to prove a negative. Science also cannot prove that ghosts aren’t real. Perhaps all California residences should carry a poltergeist warning, just in case.
Direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic tests, like those sold by 23andMe and others, are increasing in both the number of people using them and the breadth of information that they provide.
Another chemical scare group has a brilliant message: Don't eat at restaurants. The phthalates from plastic wrap and gloves will get you. If you eat at home they still will, just not as fast Mega-stupid.