Boy’s Fatal Meningitis Treated With Home Remedies

by | Mar 30, 2016 | Benjamin Radford, Media Literacy, News, Psychology, Research, Skepticism | 0 comments

Canadian parents who own a supplement business treated their toddler’s viral meningitis with herbs, vegetables, and oils instead of taking him to the doctor because “they had negative experiences” with doctors. Part of why their son died is that they didn’t understand the statistical phenomenon of “regression to the mean.” My article on it is HERE.


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