Tue, Jan 22 2013 at 6:59 AM
Was it low confidence in the source, that allowed the reporting of a study that defies common sense and reason. With no names or study details provided, so that a reader can see this miraculous study and judge it on it's own merits. In place of the more often than not; exaggerated nature of bold print? Just saying... The International Public Health [finger wag network] community has lost a huge amount of credibility in the time they have been involved in political agendas [treating people like diseases] So don't think it unusual that most people will want to see your facts and figures, which are no longer accepted within a relationship of trust.