Tips for Navigating Our Web Sites
Quackwatch and its many affiliated sites can be navigated by either browsing or searching. Their home pages list hundreds of major topics. Articles posted or significantly revised during the past three months are listed on the Recent Additions and Major Updates page. The list below enables browsing through lists of articles in major categories on several of the sites. Information on specific topics can be found with three types of searches:
- Each Home Page search box will look for any word string on that site.
- Our 22-site search engine includes the National Council Against Health Fraud's site as well as all of Quackwatch's sites. It can be used to search any combination of sites you choose.
- Our Google search page provides another convenient way to search all of our sites simultaneously.
Links from Quackwatch to other sites may break when pages are removed or change their URL. You may be able to find the page by going to the relevant domain or by searching the domain with Google's advanced search. If the domain has been removed, formerly posted pages may still be accessible through Google's "cache" links or the Wayback Machine.
- Alternative cancer treatment
- "Alternative methods": 1,169 definitions
- Autism (Autism Watch Web site)
- Chelation therapy
- Chiropractic (Chirobase Web site)
- Consumer Health Digest (weekly electronic newsletter)
- Dental topics
- Dietary supplements, herbs, and hormones
- Fad diagnoses
- History of quackery
- Miscellaneous news
- Multilevel marketing (MLM Watch Web site)
- Nonrecommended treatment facilities
- Nutrition: NutriWatch Web site
- Questionable ads
- Questionable books
- Questionable devices
- Questionable diagnostic tests
- Questionable individuals
- Questionable mental help
- Questionable methods we are investigating
- Questionable organizations
- Questionable treatments
- Questions and answers
- Recent additions and major updates
- Urban legends, rumors, and hoaxes
- Water-related quackery
- Web site evaluations
- Weight control products, practices, and theories
This page was revised on February 5, 2007.