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Once associated with lefty politics, hipsters, and hippies, wellness influencers and their audiences are taking a sudden right wing turn, and social media may be to blame.
Trumpism is nothing more than the political equivalent of alt med woo and it's bound to have the same efficacy.
How do we make sense of the alt med claim that Big Pharma is just trying to keep people sick for a profit?
The real reason so many alt med practitioners want to work alongside real doctors isn't to help them. It's to profitably ride their coattails.
National healthcare systems are getting sick and tired of paying for expensive placebos.
The "health freedom" movement has nothing to do with giving you more options because the freedom is from all those pesky safety regulations and scientific studies.
Despite decades of experiments and mountains of evidence, there are still activists who refuse to believe HIV causes AIDS. And they have blood on their hands.
When you can't back up what you're selling with peer-reviewed science, just invent your own like William Tiller...
Alt med practitioners want "natural" to be synonymous with "good for you" and unnecessary to regulate. But natural can also be dangerous and alt med treatments might not be what they appear.
Mike Adams borrows the King of Woo's strategy of stringing a Gish Gallop of junk science to better sell his supplements and pamphlets.