Dr. Morse TV – Bias and Credibility

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  • Overall, we rate Dr. Morse’s platforms as Pseudoscience based on the promotion of alternative medical perspectives, a reliance on anecdotal evidence, and a lack of empirical support for many claims.

Detailed Report

Factual Reporting: LOW
Country: United States
MBFC’s Country Freedom Rank: MOSTLY FREE
Media Type: Website
Traffic/Popularity: Minimal Traffic

MBFC Credibility Rating: LOW CREDIBILITY


Dr. Morse TV is a platform associated with Dr. Robert Morse, a naturopathic doctor. The website offers videos, courses, and insights about alternative medicine, detoxification, and spiritual teachings. Dr. Morse emphasizes a holistic approach to health and well-being, often diverging from conventional medical wisdom.

He has expanded his reach with other platforms, such as Dr. Morse’s Herbal Health Club, Dr. Morse’s Detox Centers, and the International School of the Healing Arts. The latter even offers courses on spiritual insights, emphasizing the blend of spirituality and health in Dr. Morse’s teachings. The Detox Centers’ about page indicates that Dr. Morse’s son is set to continue the business. It is located in Florida.

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Funded by / Ownership

Dr. Robert Morse owns Dr. Morse TV and its associated platforms. They generate revenue by selling herbal products, courses, consultations, and other services.

Analysis / Bias

In our review of content from Dr. Morse’s platforms, we focused on a selection of content to identify potential biases.

In a blog post titled “Urinary System Function,” Dr. Morse discusses the importance of the urinary system and suggests that many health issues are tied to its dysfunction. He recommends various herbs and detoxification methods as solutions. A quote from the article reads, “In this article, we will take a closer look at the urinary system’s anatomy and physiology and meet some of the herbs in Dr. Morse’s formulas that best support this system.” While the urinary system is crucial for health, the broad claims made in the post lack empirical support from the wider medical community. 

Another significant aspect of Dr. Morse’s platforms is their medical disclaimer. The disclaimer explicitly states that its content is “solely for educational purposes” and clarifies it does “not involve diagnosing treatment, or prescribing of remedies for diseases.” This disclaimer highlights the platform’s acknowledgment of its non-medical stance. Despite this, the platform sells supplements and offers guidance on health matters. Their FAQ section indicates that while they don’t “treat,” they teach individuals how to address their health issues, suggesting a thin line between education and medical advice.

Furthermore, Dr. Morse’s association with platforms like the International School of the Healing Arts and courses on spiritual insights blend spiritual teachings with health advice, which may only resonate with some and lack a scientific basis. A quote from the course outline: “Become empowered with DIY strategies for physical healing of body and nervous system, and for strengthening your immune system.”

Dr. Morse has also expressed anti-vaccination views such as “Nanotechnology Used in Covid Vaccines,” which is rated as misleading by IFCN fact checker Reuters Fact Check.

Failed Fact Checks

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Overall, we rate Dr. Morse’s platforms as Pseudoscience based on the promotion of alternative medical perspectives, a reliance on anecdotal evidence, and a lack of empirical support for many claims. (M. Huitsing 09/23/2023)

Source: https://drmorse.tv/

Last Updated on September 23, 2023 by Media Bias Fact Check

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