When the sugar industry downplays the dangers of sweets and shifts the blame to fat

Adam Ruins Everything – July 2017

The bitter truth about sugar : fat isn’t the only thing that makes you, well, fat. Adam busts some dietary myths wide open.

Why Dietary Supplements are just Modern Day Snake Oil

Adam Ruins Everything – September 2016

In the early 1900’s, you could put anything in a bottle and sell it. Turns out that’s still true today.

How the egg freezing industry took advantage of the infertility fear

Adam Ruins Everything – July 2017

While “modern” fertility “advice” is based on ancient data, there is an increased risk of birth defects and miscarriage after 35. Adam Conover explains how corporate America and the egg freezing industry took advantage of the infertility fear.

The Reason we believe Vitamins are Good for Us (they’re Not)

Adam Ruins Everything – December 2015

Adam Conover tells us the real story behind the vitamin supplement overblown health craze.

Why Some Prescription Drugs are More Dangerous than Illegal Drugs

Adam Ruins Everything – November 2016

Adam Conover explains that some doctors prescribe medicine drugs just as addictive and dangerous as street drugs.

Why Our Misuse of Antibiotics Could Mean the End of Modern Medicine

Adam Ruins The Hospital – Season 2 | Ep 203, 2017

Adam Conover starts explaining that the reckless prescription of antibiotics is making them worthless – abstract from Adam Ruins The Hospital.

The Real Reason Hospitals Are So Expensive

Adam Ruins The Hospital – Season 2 | Ep 203, 2017

American healthcare might not be the best in the world, but it is the most expensive. Adam Conover explains that inflated hospital costs have created a system that’s unaffordable and unfair.

The Little Known Truth About Mammograms

Adam Ruins The Hospital – Season 2 | Ep 203, 2017

Mammograms might be able to detect cancer but they can’t tell the difference between different types. Turns out, mammograms can harm and save much fewer lives than you think.

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