ARTICLES | AUDIO | BOOKS, CHAPTERS | THE TRULY BIZARRE | VIDEOS
- Everything You’ve Heard about Acupuncture Is Wrong (Subscription needed) — Australasian Science, The Bitter Pill column, December 2014
- Evidence for Acupuncture: What Do Scientific Studies Show? (Subscription needed) — Australasian Science, The Bitter Pill column, Jan 2015
- 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”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.
- “Colon Cleansing” interview on Curiosity Aroused
- Two articles from Skeptical Inquirer are included in the book Science Under Siege: Defending Science, Exposing Pseudoscience, ed. by Kendrick Frazier, Amherst: Prometheus, 2009.
- Coffee Enemas: A Latte Nonsense Originally published in The Society for Sensible Explanations in 2002; Republished in Science-Based Medicine blog
- Puncturing the Acupuncture Myth– eSkeptic, Oct 8, 2008.
- Bioidentical Hormones– eSkeptic, Aug 15, 2007
- Women Aren’t Supposed to Fly: The Memoirs of a Female Flight Surgeon by Harriet A. Hall, MD
- Consumer Health A Guide to Intelligent Decisions (2012) by Stephen; London, William; Kroger, Manfred; Hall, Harriet; Barrett, Stephen, and Baratz, Robert
- Chiropractic Adjustments Can Cause Strokes, chapter inPerspectives on Diseases and Disorders: Stroke, Gale, ed. Arthur Gillard, Greenhaven Press 2012, p. 74-80.
- Opposing Viewpoints Series, chapter in The Aging Population, ed. Katherine Swarts
- “Power Balance Products: A Skeptical Look” is included in the bookPseudoscience and Deception: The Smoke and Mirrors of Paranormal Claims edited by Bryan Farha, University Press of America, 2014.
THE TRULY BIZARRE
- 10-PART LECTURE SERIES – Perhaps you are on the fence about so-called “complementary alternative medicine.” There must be some benefits, you think as you head off to your appointment with your chiropractor or naturopath “doctor.” Otherwise, people wouldn’t use them, right?Oh, if only that were true!Dr. Hall offers a 10-Part Lecture Series—FREE!—that shows there is little, if any, proof behind some of todays most common alternatives to medicine such as chiropractic, homeopathy, naturopathy, acupuncture and more. Watch it now!
- Here are a number other videos you may enjoy.