STATS ARTICLES 2012
Organic industry’s credibility eroded by misinformation about GE foods
Jon Entine, May 20, 2013
Jewish researcher attacks DNA evidence linking Jews to Israel
Jon Entine, May 13, 2013
The CDC Goes To War Against Wine
Trevor Butterworth, May 13, 2013
Walking the ethical edge: ‘Made-to-order’ embryos address genuine needs
Jon Entine, May 6, 2013
New Research Holds Promise For The Most Deadly Form Of Cancer
Geoffrey Kabat, Ph.D., May 2, 2013
Media mangles latest biotech innovation—hornless cows
Jon Entine, April 29, 2013
Modish, Anti-Science Thinking Won't Advance Breast-Cancer Prevention
Geoffrey Kabat, Ph.D., April 23, 2013
Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) Champions Shoddy Journalism on Endocrine Active Chemicals
Jon Entine, April 18, 2013
Genetic expression in the human brain: The challenge of large numbers
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., April 15, 2013
BPA Bottles Harm Babies? Only If You Batter Them With One, Says Top British Scientist
Trevor Butterworth, April 11, 2013
Forestry Labeling War Turns Ugly As Greenpeace Bungles Logging Industry Attack
Jon Entine, April 8, 2013
Your DNA in Death: Reflections on the Henrietta Lacks Bioethics Controversy
Jon Entine, April 1, 2013
Leading Environmental Group Scientist Praises FDA's Ground-Breaking Research On BPA: A Tipping Point In The Controversy?
Trevor Butterworth, March 27, 2013
To Combat Some Big Diseases, We Should Focus On The Basics
Geoffrey Kabat, March 27, 2013
Sex And Lies! The Iffy Science Of Measuring Calories
Trevor Butterworth, March 19, 2013
New York’s Super-Sized Soda Controversy: Where Was The Science?
Rebecca Goldin. Ph.D., March 15, 2013
Finer-Grained Data Transform Our Understanding Of The Holocaust
Geoffrey Kabat, March 13, 2013
The Shale Gas Debate in Three Films
Diederik van Hoogstraten, Originally published February 23, 2013
Do Cell Phones Cause Brain Cancer? The Diehards Cling Desperately To Opinion
Geoffrey Kabat, Ph.D., March 5, 2013
Will Minimum Pricing Reduce Alcohol Deaths?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., February 28, 2013
Anti BPA Crusade Discrediting Science And Environmental Health, Says Leading, Independent Expert
Trevor Butterworth, February 25, 2013
‘Awash in False Findings’
Trevor Butterworth, February 25, 2013
After 40 Years Of Research, What Do We Know About Preventing Breast Cancer?
Geoffrey Kabat, February 24, 2013
Farmer's Deception at Center of Monsanto GMO Soybean SCOTUS Patent Challenge; Genetic Innovation Threatened
Jon Entine, February 19, 2013
What Caused A Billion Dollar Federal Study Of Child Health To Implode?
Geoffrey Kabat, February 6, 2013
How reporting on obesity and car crashes turned into a data journalism train wreck
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., February 4, 2013
Can A Rose Catch Your Cold? Threat Of 'Killer' Viral Plant Gene Is Latest Anti-GMO Rant
Jon Entine, January 30, 2013
Odd Couple: Will Dow Chemical and Ed Markey's Opposition to Natural Gas Exports Cripple America's Energy Advantage?
Jon Entine, January 24, 2013
Dim data: Why the statistics behind brain scan stories don’t always add up
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D. and Cyndi Merrick, January 18, 2013
Goodbye, Anecdotes! The Age Of Big Data Demands Real Criticism
Trevor Butterworth, January 15, 2013
No Free Speech For Beyoncé! Says New York Times Writer
Trevor Butterworth, January 6, 2013
White House Reverses Itself, Lifts Political Block on FDA Approval of GM Salmon
Jon Entine, December 21, 2012
Is the White House Interfering With a Scientific Review?
Jon Entine, December 19, 2012
"Throw Away Every Chair In Every School!" NFL Vet Coy Wire Has A Solution To America's Health Problems -- And The Experts Like It.
Trevor Butterworth, December 14, 2012
Is The Era Of OxyContin Abuse Over?
Trevor Butterworth, December 13, 2012
Math Pain: It’s Possibly Not Even In Your Head
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., November 20, 2012
Presidential Predictors: How are the Washington Redskins such amazing election oracles?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., November 2, 2012
Bisphenol A (BPA) Found Not Harmful, Yet Again -- So Why Did So Many Reporters and NGOs Botch Coverage, Yet Again?
Jon Entine, November 1, 2012
Cacao or Caca? How the media bit into chocolate Nobel prize link
Cindy Merrick, October 16, 2012
The Sugar Wars: Science's Fierce, Geeky Debate Over Soda
Trevor Butterworth, October 8, 2012
Campbell's Big Fat Green BPA Lie -- and the Sustainability Activists that Enabled It
Jon Entine, September 18, 2012
The Politics of Obesity: Here Comes the NGO -- Media -- Class Action Bar Complex
Jon Entine, September 13, 2012
Are Brain Scans Better Than Lie Detector Tests?
STATS Director of Research Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., August 31, 2012
FDA SpyGate -- New Revelations Challenge The New York Times Investigation of Agency "Enemies List," Raise More Questions About the 'Government's Most Dysfunctional Agency'
STATS Senior Fellow Jon Entine, August 20, 2012
The Supreme Court Cannot Rewrite Obamacare's Economic Consequences
Wayne Winegarden, Ph.D., August 2, 2012
Neuroscience Or Neurobabble?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., Cindy S. Merrick, July 16, 2012
We're Not Greece
Stephen J. Rose and William T. Dickens, May 29, 2012
Getting science right: A response to The Atlantic Monthly
Cindy Merrick, STATS intern, Ph.D. candidate, May 29, 2012
Your Life on Coffee
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., Cindy S. Merrick, May 21, 2012
Europe on the Brink (Again) ...
Dr. William T. Dickens and Dr. Stepheen J. Rose
Republicans are Stupid ...
Jon Entine, May 4, 2012
Controversial Italian Scientist Says Splenda Causes Cancer
Trevor Butterworth, April 24, 2012
The New York Times Magazine’s Botched Boob Job
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., April 16, 2012
Scientists Recommend Canadian Regulation Be More Reasonable; Government Listens
Trevor Butterworth, April 11, 2012
Mais Non! Europe Gangs Up to Foil France's BPA Ban
Trevor Butterworth, April 4, 2012
Will Frequent Chocolate Consumption Make You Thinner?
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D., April 3, 2012
Activists Challenge Incentives to Develop New and Better Drugs
Randall Mayes, March 13, 2012
Do cell phones make us less prosocial?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, February 27, 2012
Will Drinking Diet Soda Increase Your Risk For A Heart Attack?
Trevor Butterworth, Forbes, February 21, 2012
Op-Ed: New shade of hysteria
Trevor Butterworth, The Daily, February 20, 2012
Doctors diagnose their flaws
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, February 10, 2012
ProPublica fumbles painkiller story; Seattle Times scores touchdown
Rebecca Goldin, Ph.D and Cindy Merrick, January 31, 2012
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, January 30, 2012
Death By Headphones
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, January 18, 2012
Will A Soda Tax Really Save 26,000 Lives, Billions Of Dollars?
Trevor Butterworth, Forbes, January 12, 2012
Is your degree paying off?
STATS Blog, Rachel Salabes, January 6, 2012