Balanced Journalism is Important
This summer, my husband introduced me to this podcast. At first I found the variety of topics interesting. Generally, there was reasonable depth to the subject matter discussed. The two hosts are clearly good friends, and they do joke a bit with each other. They also seem to follow a script, which sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. I generally liked the podcast until, in November, a particular topic about alternative medicine came up. The statement that doctors don't know anything about herbal remedies struck me as biased harmful journalism. Did they ask any doctors for peer-reviewed studies about herbal remedies? There are plenty of studies available, and doctors know that these are basically un-regulated drugs. Since then, the podcast has irritated me, so I've stopped listening. Balanced journalism that represents facts is important. I do not recommend this podcast.Read full review »
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