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Topic: Anecdotal evidence

Anecdotal evidence refers to personal accounts or experiences that are not backed by scientific research, but can still provide valuable insights.

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The podcast episodes provided illustrate the use of anecdotal evidence in discussions about various health-related topics.

For example, the episode on transgender women breastfeeding references "anecdotal evidence and personal accounts from transgender women who have breastfed their children" to highlight the limited research available on the topic.

Similarly, the episode on cold water plunging discusses how the hosts share "personal anecdotes and experiences" related to the practice, noting that the potential dangers were previously underestimated or dismissed.

The episode on fitness tracking technology also references "anecdotal reports from media and surveys on user experiences" to complement the discussion of research findings.

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