I'm a new user on this site. I recently provided an answer and linked to several online articles. However, my answer was downvoted 2x because two people didn't like that I used a non "scientific sources" and/or chose to link to Livestrong. (All of the articles I provided, however, reference university and medical journals.) Following the new user FAQ, I found this page regarding references. Here is another discussion on references.
While I do see that there's a preference for peer-reviewed articles, I not see anything on the new user FAQ or the references page requiring the inclusion of "scientific" references or anything specifically banning Livestrong or non-peer reviewed articles references. Does SE.skeptics specifically require "scientific references"? If so, where is the page explaining that? Also does se.skeptics ban certain websites from serving as resource material?