His last day will be June 30, 2019.
Wansink, who is still teaching at Cornell, has now retracted 13 papers in total.
A proposed health study of low-salt diets on prisoners has undisclosed salt industry funding.
“Our study in hindsight was outright silly,” one scientist said.
“CrossFit admitted they’re wrong and is making it right,” trans athlete Chloie Jönsson told BuzzFeed News.
Jordan Peterson Says Meat Cured His Depression. Now His Daughter Is Charging People To Chat About The “Carnivore Diet.”
Mikhaila Peterson, 26, is now making money off a new kind of diet that allegedly cured her depression and arthritis: all meat, all the time.
A rash of official-looking warning letters may be linked to an "international extortion scam," the FDA said.
CrossFit’s strident spokesperson Russell Berger was winning a war against junk science — until his anti-LGBT bigotry got him fired.
“He needs to take a big dose of ‘shut the fuck up' and hide out for a while. It’s sad,” CrossFit’s CEO Greg Glassman told BuzzFeed News.
The CEO Who Injected Himself With An Experimental Herpes Therapy Was Found Dead In A Sensory Deprivation Tank
The body of 28-year-old startup CEO Aaron Traywick was found Sunday morning in a spa in Northwest DC.
Facing pressure from the low-carb movement, Barilla and other companies are funding and promoting research that argues pasta is healthy.
Facebook Bans Tobacco Ads, But The Tobacco Industry Finds Other Ways To Market To Teens On The Platform
As Facebook comes under fire for its advertising and data-sharing practices, researchers have discovered that e-cigarettes and other tobacco products are being hawked on the platform to teens.
Tired of flashy research that fails to hold up, psychologists around the world are taking it upon themselves to redo influential studies.
After A Torrent Of Criticism, A Journal Just Retracted A Study Pushing The Trendy “Gut Makeover” Diet
A journal just retracted a study supporting the “Gut Makeover” diet, one of countless ventures to seize on microbiome hype.
At least two lawsuits have been filed against Pacific Fertility Center in San Francisco after thousands of frozen eggs and embryos were potentially damaged.
Opternative, a startup that lets people get a glasses prescription without leaving home, has received a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration.
Theranos, led by CEO and founder Elizabeth Holmes, raised more than $700 million on the promise of a revolutionary blood-testing technology that never materialized. The Securities and Exchange Commission just charged Holmes with “massive fraud.”
A law that would give terminally ill patients the “right to try” unapproved treatments — and largely bypass federal regulators — failed to pass the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
Collin Payne has come under fire for his studies with Brian Wansink, a renowned food marketing scientist at Cornell University. As of January, Payne is no longer a professor at New Mexico State University.
The withdrawn paper, about getting kids to eat more vegetables, is Cornell professor Brian Wansink’s sixth retraction.