A Florida judge has stepped in and saved a sick child from his grossly misinformed parents.
Despite being repeatedly debunked for promoting bogus health claims, Gwyneth Paltrow's "Goop" shows no signs of slowing down
Once again, a person promoting harmful anti-gay pseudoscience turns out to be immune to their own therapies.
Why are so many young people susceptible to medieval-style ignorance?
The dangers of high-profile celebrities endorsing pseudoscience manifested itself in the recent death of a woman from Spain.
Three years after Rupert Murdoch bought the famed science magazine, it's starting to sometimes look like Gwyneth Paltrow is its editor-in-chief.
Another parent inadvertently tried to kill her child after getting her medical advice from Facebook.
It's 2018 and we're debating whether or not the earth is round.
Some products marketed towards true believers can make them, and their children, very sick.