Research that glisters isn’t always gold

Do you remember the research that showed chocolate can help you lose weight? It came out in 2015, made headlines around the world and seemed too good to be true.

Guess what? It was. Journalist Johannes Bohannon later explained that it was a scam, in which he had manipulated

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