“They offer ‘energy healing’ to help treat multiple sclerosis, acupuncture for infertility, and homeopathic bee venom for fibromyalgia. A public forum hosted by the University of Florida’s hospital even promises to explain how herbal therapy can reverse Alzheimer’s. (It can’t.)” Why are top hospitals offering unproven therapies that even their own doctors don’t believe in? From Stat: Medicine with a side of mysticism.
+ Outside: “This May, the world’s first cannabis-infused gym will open in San Francisco, where members will be encouraged to integrate the plant into their pre- and post-workout regimen.” (If smoking weed is part of working out, then I’ve gotten into the best shape of my life during the Trump era…)