Antiquackery Web Ring
This ring is for sites that combat & debunk health-related frauds, myths, fads, and fallacies, and are more interested in real, objective, scientific proof, than in the speculative, subjective, and unproven theories and anecdotes of so-called Alternative Medicine (sCAM). If you are sympathetic to the aims of the National Council Against Health Fraud, and you consider Quackwatch to be a reliable source of anti-quackery information, then this ring may be just what you're looking for.
What is a "Web Ring"?
Web sites with similar content are grouped together in "Rings" with each site linked to another by a simple navigation bar. The navigation bar allows visitors to quickly and easily navigate between sites.
Rings form a concentration of sites, allowing visitors to easily find a wealth of information on their topic of interest. Unlike the major directory and search sites, which use impersonal software to organize their database, each Ring is created and maintained by an individual web site owner called the RingMaster. RingMasters are very knowledgeable about the topic of their Ring. WebRing, therefore, consists of tens of thousands of experts on an extremely diverse set of interests.