CK Links--Friday September 30, 2016


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Insights after 13 years of food blogging. (Chocolate and Zucchini)

How the FDA uses the "close-hold embargo" to manipulate and control health news. (Scientific American, via Hunt, Cook, Eat)

Somehow, the nutrition field fell prey to the notion that, when it comes to the negative health effects of red meat and sugar, you can only hold one responsible for all our public health problems. It's a seductive binary. (Medium)

The top five recipes at the top five food blogs. (Meb Faber)

This is what happens when you get rid of 75% of your stuff and go on a long-term shopping ban. (Marketwatch, via No Gimmicks Nutrition)

The average American has the equivalent of 600 "human energy servants." (Carpe Diem)

It's easy to assume that greed is solely to blame for runaway drug prices--and companies do nothing to challenge that perception. The reality, however, is more complicated. (A Sweet Life)

Interesting history of how citizens exposed the terrible science behind an infamous study on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. (STAT)

Two more high-profile examples of the "reproducibility crisis" in scientific studies. (Science Alert)

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