Sense about Science ? equipping people to make sense of science and evidence
Responses to safety, diets, labelling, allergies, nutrition and more
- Ask for Evidence - Spoof Diets
- Don't destroy research
- Food additives
- GM in Europe, it's not what you think
- "A sausage a day could lead to cancer"
- "Coffee beans pill would beat diabetes"
- "Danger to health in just one bottle of diet drink each day"
- "Heart danger in diet drinks"
- "Is aluminium really a silent killer?"
- "Is fried food bad for you?"
- "Mediterranean diet reduces heart attacks"
- "The hidden perils from fruit and veg"
- "Tinned food chemical alert"
- "Warning on sports drinks at the desk"
- Adding salt to drinking water
- Are fizzy drinks 'linked to depression'?
- Are there dangerous pesticides in our bread?
- Bisin: Is this the food industry's Holy Grail?
- Bisphenol A in food packaging
- Can shopping receipts make you impotent? The Telegraph, 30th June 2010
- Chlorinated water and birth defects
- Debunking Detox
- Diet and Autism, Daily Mail, 23rd June 2009
- Diet and determining your baby's sex
- Do fizzy drinks make teenagers more likely to carry a gun?
- Does a viral gene found in GM food raise safety concerns?
- Does eating junk food lead to allergies? The Telegraph, The Daily Mail, August 2010
- Does exposure to BPA during pregnancy affect aggressive behaviour in children?
- Growth hormones in livestock
- Making Sense of Chemical Stories, 2nd Edition
- Making Sense of Food Additives
- Sodium benzoate