I’ve never been more convinced that the ease with which knowledge is shared in the digital age is a force for good.
I loved the video below. These two guys read conclusions of medical studies for humor. That’s a good one.
James McCormack is a pharmacist, professor, medication mythbuster, and healthy skeptic at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences at UBC. He’s on Twitter at @medmyths. Dr G Michael Allen is an Associate Professor in Family Medicine at the University of Alberta.
It’s 50-minutes; but if you don’t want to be fooled by the newest evidence, or if you are drawn to the beauty of common sense, it’s well worth your time. Plus the music.
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Here is a “shorter” version of the stuff James McCormack does from YouTube â€” https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QUW0Q8tXVUc â€” ingenious yet ever-so-true …