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Thursday, January 28, 2010

ASCH Update


January 28, 2010
Dispatch: Snack Defense, Harvard Offense, Chemophobic, Biosimilar
By Curtis Porter
For those of you who want to catch a glimpse of ACSH's elusive Todd Seavey, look for John Stossel's new show tonight at 8pm (EST) on Fox Business Network...

January 27, 2010
The Harvard School of (Unscientific) Public Health (Activism)
By Elizabeth M. Whelan, Sc.D., M.P.H.
The Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) has now firmly established itself not as an institution for higher learning, devoted to educating students about the science of preventing premature disease and death, but instead as a hotbed of pseudoscience and political agitation...

January 27, 2010
Dispatch: Ross Radio, ACSH School, Important Hearing, Dredge Report
By Curtis Porter
ACSH's Dr. Gilbert Ross will join Vicki McKenna on her radio show, NewsTalk 1310 WIBA, at 5:06 pm (EST) to talk about the Wisconsin State Senate's passage of a BPA ban...

January 26, 2010
Dispatch: Conflicts, Paranoiacs, Scientologists, Dementia, and Cell Phone Soda
By Curtis Porter
ACSH staffers would like to offer a seat at the table to John Tierney for his column in the Science section of today's New York Times...

January 25, 2010
Dispatch: Whelan Testimony, Lung Cancer Survival, Kids and Cholesterol
By Curtis Porter
Dr. Whelan Among the Senators
ACSH's Dr. Elizabeth Whelan reports on her testimony on Friday in front of a New York State Senate health committee about proposed soda taxes, among other health topics: “The Senators seemed rather stunned by my testimony. While I was talking, everyone was quiet and the things I was saying were so counter to every other opinion expressed that no one knew what was going on………“Maybe it is that lack of connection to reality that is part of the problem,” says ACSH's Jeff Stier. “These people make laws that affect all of us, yet they have no connection to reality.”

Here is one I missed in November that is really worth reading.  RK

With a New Ideologue in Charge, It's (Bad) Business as Usual at EPA (from Investor's Business Daily)
By Henry Miller and Dr. Gilbert Ross.
The only things being protected these days by the Environmental Protection Agency are the insupportable, unscientific views of radical activists...

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