Features March 2013 Issue

Medical Information: What Can You Believe?

How to sort through todayís health information and misinformation online, in print, and on the air.

How to sort through todayís health information and misinformation online, in print, and on the air. The problem with health information is not availability, itís credibility. The challenge of distinguishing reliable medical guidance becomes overwhelming for the average person who has to navigate a media avalanche of headlines, studies, articles, columns, emails, tweets, feeds, and text messages. Which ones are worth your time and attention?

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