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Technology and social media platforms are making it easier to consume and spread fake news (pixabay.com)
Don't believe the internet's claims about dandelion tea.
Science Editor at snopes.com Alex Kasprak says fake health news thrives because “there’s very little reward for accuracy and a lot of reward for sensationalism".
Stem cell therapies have shown promise for treating disease from heart ailments to diabetes. But where there is hope, a hoax often follows, says author and researcher Tim Caulfield.
Emergency Indigenous child welfare meeting needs 'political commitment'
'Wasted': Why recycling isn't enough when it comes to e-waste
'He could have been stopped in 1997': Survivor of Larry Nassar's alleged sex abuse says victims were ignored
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