A consumer watchdog group has filed a complaint against actress Gwyneth Paltrow’s New Age lifestyle brand, Goop, which is very popular among women, for providing deceptive information to market its products.
We recently received an email from a reader who was concerned about a family member who was becoming increasingly distant from family and the Church after seeing a therapist who was involved in recovered memory therapy. The alleged “facts” about abuse that were brought out in these sessions began to tear the family apart, bit by bit. What was the family to do?
Opting to substitute untested alternatives for conventional medicine resulted in the tragic death of a seven month-old baby who died after his parents determined he was gluten intolerant and had a lactose allergy.
A jury has convicted a Texas couple of a first-degree felony in the death of their seven month-old baby who died in December 2015 from a massive blood infection after his parents treated his ear infection with essential oils instead of with antibiotics.
Actress and lifestyle blogger, Gwyneth Paltrow, is coming under fire for relying on the advice of a “medical medium” who makes dangerous health recommendations on her controversial blog.
Our blog warning people away from a controversial therapy known as the Emotional Freedom Technique – or EFT or “tapping therapy” – was recently challenged by a practitioner who claims that recent research supports the efficacy of EFT. However, when asked to provide some of this research, the studies this practitioner provided were far from conclusive.