Reviews

Washington Post , Susan Okie, "Scientist argues vaccines, GMOs and  cell phones are not threats to our well-being." Dec. 16, 2016

American Council on Science and Health, Josh Bloom, Dec. 19, 2016

Reason Magazine, Ronald Bailey, "An epidemic of bad epidemiology," Dec. 23, 2016

Science Blog, Greg Laden, "Some good science- and thinking-related books," Jan. 12, 2017

Science-Based Medicine, Harriet Hall, "Why do things that are unlikely to harm us get the most attention?" Feb. 28, 2017

Heartland Institute, Jay Lehr, "Alarmism prompts over-regulation of health care choices," Mar. 31, 2017

Boston University School of Public Health, Sandro Galea, "Crying Crisis," Apr. 23, 2017

Science 2.0, Jon Entine, "Getting Risk Right: Geoffrey Kabat's guide to resisting health scares," June 5, 2017

New York Review of Books, Jerome Groopman and Pamela Hartzband, "Putting profits ahead of patients," July 13, 2017

American Journal of Epidemiology, Patricia Hartge, July 20, 2017

Skeptical Inquirer, Why We Often Get Risks Wrong, July, Aug. 2017

Inside Story, Stephen Duckett, "When health becomes a risky business," Aug. 2017

Health Affairs, Rick Mathis, “Understanding risks,” December 2017

Atul Gawande, “Mistrust of Science,” Arthur M. Sackler Colloquium The Science of Science Communication III, Nov. 16, 2017, Nov. 16, 2017 - starts at 30.32 min.

Interviews  

American Journal of Epidemiology

EpiMonitor 2017  

The Urban Monk 

Dr. Joe Show

Trottier Science Symposium, Montreal, Sept.   2015

EpiMonitor 2009

Haverford magazine 2009