Timothy Caulfield: Celebrities vs. Science

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

In his 2015 book, "Is Gwyneth Paltrow Wrong About Everything? When Celebrity Culture and Science Clash," author and health law and science policy professor Timothy Caulfield explores the influence celebrities have on attitudes toward health. Are cleanses, detoxes, and special diets the path to a healthier body? Why is outward beauty associated with happiness? He also tackled the cult of celebrity - why some people seek it, do anything to achieve it, and sometimes receive undue influence because of it.
Timothy Caulfield: Celebrities vs. Science
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Jul 13, 2021
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