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Experts are questioning whether diet drinks could raise depression risk, after a large study has found a link. [1]

It is quite interesting how other studies for similar “links” are accepted just by the pre-publication (e.g. at PLOS), but when the interests of heavy industry are threatened experts suddenly have “concerns” on whether the results are correct.

Does medicine actually help? [Cure rates and Philosophy analysis of mainstream and alternative medicine]

Maybe we should also have concerns when experts have concerns…

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