Canadian lawyer Tim Caulfield has made it his mission to expose fraudulent health advice — particularly when it comes from Hollywood stars. He’s a relentless debunker on Twitter. And his book “Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything?” marshals boatloads of scientific evidence to skewer the long parade of celebrities who tout magical cures that will supposedly keep us all cellulite-free and young forever.
Celebrity antivaccine loons are all too common, and I’ve written about them over the years. For instance, there’s JennyMcCarthy. There are also Rob Schneider and Mayim Bialik. The list goes on There are also pro-vaccine celebrities, such as Amanda Peet. Of course, as tempting as it is simply to throw up my hands and say “Who cares what celebrities think about scientific and medical topics like vaccines” unfortunately in the real world people do care.
There are a lot of opinions when it comes to vaccines — and this is especially true in the celebrity world. The safety of vaccines was first publicly questioned by gastroenterologist Andrew Wakefield, who went on to publish research suggesting the connection between vaccines and autism. His research has since been debunked. Many, however, still consider these life-saving immunizations unsafe.
Here’s what the celebs who speak out against vaccines have to say for themselves.
If a celebrity says it's so, somewhere there are hundreds or thousands or millions of people who believe it. So what to do when celebrity truths are dubious or flat-out falsehoods?
It's a celebrity's job to make sure they're at their best when stepping into the limelight, so it's no wonder why Hollywood's hottest have taken up unconventional beauty routines. Sometimes it takes a village - and some strange practices - to get celebrities into camera-ready shape.
Americans believe in experts. We look to CPAs to complete our tax returns, lawyers to handle our disputes, plumbers to fix our pipes. So it baffles me that an astounding number of us turn to movie stars and other celebrities for health advice.
We have a fascination, some even a fixation on celebrities. Stacy Matson, our celebrity health blogger keeps us up to date on the health and medical lives of celebrities that we know on a national and international scale, highlighting familiar faces from television, film, politics and sports
Celebrity Health & Fitness is a health, fitness, fashion and lifestyle Web magazine based in New York City. It publishes indepth features and daily updates on news, opinion and gossip involving celebrity health, fitness, beauty, diet and fashion tips and secrets.
This site was launched in 2006 by a husband-and-wife team, Steve & Lia Purcell, and is now the work of a large team of dedicated contributors. Lia wanted to create a site to publicize the many wonderful things that celebrities are doing to help the world. We hope to help charities by inspiring their celebrity supporters' fans to follow their heroes' example.
Most think of celebrities as “untouchable” and leading a perfectly charmed life. Celebrity Health Minute knows celebs are just like you — they’re real people whose lives have been touched by chronic and life-threatening health maladies. And they want to share their stories of hope, strength and survival with you.
Whether you're looking to mix up your workout routine, cook like a star, or simply need a no-fail beauty product to look red-carpet ready, these celebrities have the inside scoop.
Since it establishment in 2012, Healthy Celeb (HC) is trying to keep its users updated regarding the latest information of their favorite celebrities on the grounds of health. HC initially started with the celebs’ workout and dieting habits. But soon new features were added, keeping in mind to make the readers updated with every info of their favorite ones.
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