Each month we investigate and publish a Metafact Review as voted by our community in the monthly poll. This month you chose ‘Intermittent Fasting’ which we published here. This month you choose ‘Sleep’ (we will publish this Jan 2, 2020).
Today I'm starting this discussion forum to give you the chance to suggest topic(s) you want us to review with the world’s experts. Just comment/discuss below and then I can add them to future monthly polls for everyone to vote on…
Thanks everyone and May the facts be with you!
I would like to know more about vitamins. Which ones have some scientific evidence of efficacy and which don’t.
Here's a big, difficult subject to tackle, one that is getting more and more press with very little apparent consensus on details: Regenerative Farming.
Hi Ben, quick suggestion about the polling... when topics are voted on each month, it seems that the runners-up are forgotten when a winner is chosen. Is that right? If so, I suggest that the runners-up be included each month so they have a chance to be the next month's topic, especially since many of them come close to winning and so discarding them seems like a missed opportunity. Thanks for all you do here.
One of our biggest epidemic, affecting the world from climate change to medical bills, obesity and the connection with habitual behavior, can this habitual behavior be stopped in a scientific way?
Many of us in the developed world seem plagued by anxiety / depression - no-one seems immune. Is this the inevitable commonplace experience of ordinary people these days?
Wonderfull knowledge forum/platform ! If not previously discussed I would suggest as a topic " the main causes of artero sclerosis" or alternatively " the debate about cholesterol as the main cause of coronary heart disease ".
Hi Ben, My question is around Mistletoe as a immune booster. I hear in Germany cancer patients receive injections of mistletoe for about 12 months after treatment?
Does vit D deficiency impact on Covid-19 severity due to depressed immune system? Could this be part of the explanation for higher BAME impact of Covid?