“Experimental” Webster technique approved by Chiropractic Australia
Chiro Australia president says it’s OK to “experiment” on pregnant women
Pro-vaccine measures in 2017 Budget
Anti-vaxxers hit in hip pocket; promotion of benefits broadened
TGA consultation on therapeutic goods – ear candles, homeopathy
Submissions covering various options close on May 12
Tickets now available for Skepticon
The 33rd Australian Skeptics National Convention, November 2017 – early bird discounts for Skeptics
Homeopathy groups’ attack on NHMRC – the missing submission
A ‘scathing’ attack on the NHMRC critical report on homeopathy seems to have been disowned by its authors.
Homeopathic teething tablets recalled
TGA has advised that the products, which contain belladonna, should be returned to their place of purchase.
Quizzing scientists in the age of alternative facts
Non-alternative facts – how well are they communicated?
Interactive map for global measles immunisation rates
A chart published by the World Health Organisation gives fascinating data on how immunisation rates have risen and declined.
Australian Skeptics Inc – why we’re marching for science
Show your support for science, critical thinking and the Skeptics sartorial style
March for Science with a $5 T-shirt!
Members of the committee of Australian Skeptics Inc will join the March for Science in Sydney on April 22. And those Skeptics who are thinking of taking part might consider joining us. We’re even offering very very cheap t-shirts so you can proudly declare both your Skeptical and pro-science attitude….