At a recent health conference in Boston, I was privileged to share the podium with a physician colleague who serves as senior health editor at The Atlantic, writing articles on topics in health and medicine that routinely reverberate far and wide. To protect the innocent, probably best that I not mention Dr. Hamblin by name.
On this particular occasion, my physician colleague was addressing an audience of health and nutrition experts on the topic of best-selling nonsense. His task was to explain, from the perspective of a media insider, why we have new fad diet books every week if not every day, and why the media and pu...
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