My name is Ryan Armstrong. I received my PhD in Biomedical Engineering from The University of Western Ontario in 2017. Although I am no longer professionally involved in science, I have a passion for public health and aptitude for spotting deception and pseudoscience. In addition to writing about scientific injustices, I volunteer with organizations dedicated to the promotion and education of sound science.
I make no money from this project and don’t intend to. I run the server at my own cost and I don’t expose users to invasive tracking and advertisement. As I have no involvement in the medical industry, I have no conflicts of interest to disclose.
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Post-Truth Health in the Media
- The National Post quoted me in an article on chiropractic pediatrics. The CCA’s response to the article was published in the National Post, but my response to them was not. Dr. Clay Jones of Science-Based Medicine also wrote a rebuttal to the CCA.
- I appeared on The Body of Evidence podcast to discuss issues with the chiropractic profession in Canada.
- I appeared on The Reality Check podcast to discuss my article regarding a dubious urine-based sex determination test.
- The CBC Marketplace investigated an implausible health product promoted on Dragons’ Den that I wrote about back in November 2017.
- The CBC’s Second Opinion covered my fight against unethical and pseudoscientific chiropractic practices in Ontario.
- The CBC Radio’s Afternoon Drive hosted me for a discussion regarding my efforts to hold chiropractors in Ontario to a science-based standard.