U.S. researchers state that the treatments medical doctors commonly use actually have little to no scientific support. Even in this day and age, there is still much uncertainty as to what the best patient care plan actually is for many health ailments. In fact, according to a new study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine, approximately only 1 in 7 treatment recommendations from the Infectious Diseases Society of America (a society representing healthcare providers and researchers across the nation) were based on high-quality data from clinical trials. Moreover, these statistics are based on more than 4,200 recommendations offered by the Infectious Diseases Society of America since 1994. Caveat emptor!