In the ongoing debate about the possible benefits of vitamin D supplements, a study suggests that the vitamin might indeed play a role in mildly reducing high blood pressure. The study was small and looked at just African-Americans, but the authors say the findings warrant further research.
Two professors have resigned and retired in the wake of a controversial study on fracking that failed to disclose conflicts of interest.
Robert Spitzer, a well known U.S. psychiatrist, conducted a study more than a decade ago which concluded gay people could be converted. This spring he admitted the study was faulty and apologized to the gay community. Now, despite the damage done, Dr. Robert Spitzer is looking for redemption. The Current from CBC Radio (Highlights)