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InKredulous: Episode #007

Episode 7 of our satirical comedy podcast. With questions on skeptical topics, and four guests answering them.

Your host is Andy Wilson (@InKredulosi) of the Merseyside Skeptics Society.

Appearing this month are:

  • You can contact the show at, and follow us on twitter @InKredulosi to get the early heads up on who will appear on the next show. As always, thanks for listening.

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Geopathic Stress: Where EHS meets All-Natural

Debbie Rye, of, describes herself as a “natural health therapist”.

I’d be more readily able to comment upon her job description if I could make sense of it.  A natural health therapist?  What does that even mean? What is “health therapy”?  What makes it “natural”?  Is “natural” a good thing?  Who knows.

Debbie was suffering from severe headaches.

I also experienced 2 miscarriages and developed pregnancy related diabetes during the subsequent successful pregnancy. The diabetes returned about 4 years after the birth of my son and gradually worsened from being treated by diet alone, to diet and tablets and eventually insulin.

Although she was being treated for diabetes by the NHS, Debbie decided to seek “alternatives” and was subsequently diagnosed with “candida”, by parties unknown.

I followed a herbal cleanse and build up programme which cleared the candida from my body and restored my health almost completely.

Candida albicans is a normal part of the human flora, often found in the gut and genitourinary tract. Occasionally, the growth of candida albicans can get out of control, causing a condition known as candida overgrowth, candidiasis, or (most commonly) thrush.

It’s very common, and very treatable.  It’s odd though, don’t you think, that her doctors had somehow missed candidiasis, and were treating her instead for diabetes? Read the rest of this entry »

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Do Angels Believe In The Telegraph?

Specialized Angel by KWC on Flickr ( thought I’d read it all when it comes to the Telegraph. Homeopathy to cure cancer? Sure. UFOs that are really really not Chinese lanterns? Uh-huh. The moon landing was hoaxed? Gotcha. Telegraph, thy mysteries bore me and thy secrets hold no shock.

Except, I was wrong. That’s fine though, I’m always happy to admit when I’m wrong (I am! What do you know, anyway?!). So it was with equal parts incredulity and glee I allowed my love/hate affair with the Telegraph to take me in its warm and scientifically-bereft arms with the headline ‘Do you believe in angels?

No, I don’t. Nor should you. Silly Telegraph.

Still, it’s been a while since we wrote about them, and it’s rude of me to deny the Telegraph their fun, so let’s see what it’s all about. Read the rest of this entry »

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