‘There is so much health noise’: Tim Caulfield teases fact from fiction in new Netflix show

"There is so much health noise," says @CaulfieldTim. So in a new Netflix show, he teases apart fact from fiction.

Tim Caulfield has made it his job to tease apart fact from fiction when it comes from health advice. Now, he’s taking that mission to Netflix in a new show that explores everything from crystal therapy to ionic foot baths.

His latest foray into medical myth-busting, the six-part documentary series “A User’s Guide to Cheating Death,” premieres Friday on

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