"Homeopathy Has No Basis in Science" in
Scientific American's Special Collector's Edition: The Science Behind the Debates. Winter 2017/18, O,20-21
"My Journey Into Skepticism," The
Human Prospect 6:3, p. 17-19, Autumn 2017
I was extensively quoted in this article: https://www.healthline.com/health-news/dangers-of-home-remedies-for-serious-illnesses
The Doctor Joe radio show, March 5, 2017. Interview about Aristolochia.
Can Do Better, The Skeptic, 36:3, Sep 2016, p. 26-7
How to make an imaginary treatment look like a real one, Focus
on Alternative and Complementary Therapies, Jun 2016
Complementary and alternative medicine for pre-operative anxiety, Focus on Alternative and Complementary
Therapies, Jun 2016
An Interview with Dr.
Harriet Hall, M.D., In-Sight journal, Nov 15, 2016
"Politics, Science, and Health" EuroMind Oct 31, 2016, http://euromind.global/harriet-hall/?lang=en
Has No Basis in Science" Scientific American, 315:5, November 2016, p.50-51
"Religion Is Hazardous to Children's Health," The
Human Prospect: A Neohumanist Perspective, Vol. 5, No. 2, p. 46-54.
I have a chapter "Christianity
Can Be Hazardous to Your Health" in the book Christianity Is Not Great, edited by John Loftus. Prometheus
44 arguments infondes contre la medicine scientifique,
Sciences et pseudo-science, No. 311, Jan. 2015.
The Bitter Pill column in Australasian Science:
Dec 2014: Everything You've Heard about Acupuncture Is Wrong http://www.australasianscience.com.au/article/issue-december-2014/everything-you%E2%80%99ve-heard-about-acupuncture-wrong.html
Jan 2015: Evidence for Acupuncture: What Do Scientific Studies Show? http://www.australasianscience.com.au/article/issue-januaryfebruary-2015/evidence-acupuncture-what-do-scientific-studies-show.html
Chiropractic Adjustments Can Cause Strokes, chapter in Perspectives on Diseases and Disorders: Stroke, Gale, ed. Arthur Gillard, Greenhaven Press 2012, p. 74-80.
CAM for cancer: preying on desperate people? Progress in Palliative
Care 2012; 20(5) 295-9
"Effectiveness of Glucosamine and Chondroitin for Osteoarthritis", American Family Physician 2012 Dec 1; 86(11)994-8
"Acupuncture's Claims Punctured: Not Proven Effective for Pain, Not Harmless" Pain.2011 Apr; 152(4): 711-12
"More Evidence of Green Tea's Effectiveness is Needed" American Family Physician 2010 July 1: 82(1):17
"Setting the Record Straight about Science and Longevity",
Skeptical Briefs, 21:1, Spring 2011, p. 4-5.
An article I wrote appears as a chapter in this book in the Opposing Viewpoints Series: The Aging Population, ed. Katherine Swarts
Cleansing" interview on Curiosity Aroused
Medicine" Interview on For Good Reason. http://www.forgoodreason.org/harriet_hall_science_based_medicine
Video of Anti-Anti-Vax panel presentation at The Amazing Meeting 7, Las Vegas, July 2009
Presentation to Skeptic's Toolbox Aug 7, 2009. Tooth Fairy Science and Other Pitfalls: Applying Rigorous Science to Messy Medicine
Interview on The Reality Check podcast # 49
D.D. Palmer Chastises SkepDoc from Beyond the Grave
on Skepticality podcast. 10 June 2008. http://skepticality.libsyn.com/index.php?post_id=348376
Two of my articles from Skeptical Inquirer are included in the book Science Under Siege: Defending
Science, Exposing Pseudoscience, ed. by Kendrick Frazier, Amherst: Prometheus, 2009.
Clarifications. Skeptical Briefs,
Vol. 18, No. 2, June 2008. p. 1-2.
El oxígeno es bueno... aun cuando no está.
Pensar. Vol. 1, No. 2. Apr-Jun 2004.
p. 16-18. http://www.pensar.org/2004-02-oxigeno.html
Coffee Enemas: A Latte Nonsense http://www.geocities.com/healthbase/coffee_enemas_hall.html
Frequent contributions to the James Randi Educational Foundation "Swift" at http://www.randi.org/site/
Puncturing the Acupuncture Myth - eSkeptic, Oct 8, 2008.
Bioidentical Hormones - eSkeptic, Aug 15, 2007
My article "Power Balance Products: A Skeptical Look" is included in the book
Pseudoscience and Deception: The Smoke and Mirrors of Paranormal Claims edited by Bryan Farha, University Press of America, 2014.