Here, I'll try to address a different issue: Moderation. It has been addressed before:
Usually (and with good reason), mods are not expected to decide if an answer is incorrect. On some sites, though, the mod will take an action if a trusted user raises a flag.
This occurs on occasion on Biology.SE where a user dispenses bad medical advice in comments. The flag is deemed helpful and the comment is removed - presumably because medical advice is OT anyway (though questions still make their way in by not posing it as medical advice.)
Do we need the moderator of a health site - where answers actually deal with issues that impact the health of real people - to step out of the traditional role on occasion?
Moderation is especially a burden here because Community Moderation is - due to the lack of active high-rep users - difficult.
This leaves us with the options of either giving up altogether, or having the mods moderate a lot more aggressively (JohnP single-handedly closed quite a few questions recently with his "mod-hammer", as an example).
Similar as to this PhysicalFitness thread, let's have a look at when our moderators were last active (as of October 24th, 16:00 GMT+1):
- michaelpri: today
- Susan: 6 days ago
- JohnP: today
- michaelpri: 1 day ago
- Susan: 24 days ago
- JonP: today
Luckily, it seems our moderators visit the site more often than in the linked thread from Fitness.SE. Nevertheless, at least I have the feeling that this site could do with a lot more moderation.