Gonzalo Casino

PhD in Medicine, professor of scientific journalism, researcher at the Scientific Communication Research Group (GRECC), and project director of the Observatory of Scientific Communication (OCC) at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (Spain). He also works as a science journalist and has been the coordinator of health information at El País for over a decade.

We now have more information than ever about nutrition. But, at the same time, we have great difficulties to identify reliable information and, above all, to understand the limitations of science to answer so many of the questions that we make ourselves about how the food we eat and the food we avoid affects our health.
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Pseudoscience (false science) and science based on faulty and biased studies (bad science) produce false or uncertain knowledge, with poor or no evidence.

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