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Health information on TikTok: The good, the bad and the ugly

Written by | 6 May 2024

In today’s digital age, social media platforms like TikTok have become integral parts of our lives, offering not just entertainment and catchy dances but also a wealth of… read more.

Improving public understanding of the vaccine adverse event reporting system

Written by | 28 Feb 2024

The Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS) is an open, national surveillance system used by medical professionals as well as the public at large to self-report potential adverse… read more.

Covid conspiracies: social media fatigue linked to misinformation

Written by | 21 Oct 2023

The spread of false information and conspiracy theories accelerated during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic. Inadvertently inaccurate, and some deliberately misleading, ideas were widely shared on social… read more.

Flu vaccination rate holds steady but misinformation about flu and Covid-19 persists

Written by | 21 Feb 2023

Although the public had been alerted that this winter could be a potentially bad flu season, barely half of Americans said in January that they had received a… read more.

Computer model seeks to explain the spread of misinformation, and suggest counter measures

Written by | 22 Jan 2022

Misinformation may spread like a disease, while previously held beliefs limit influence of new information. Researchers have come up with a computer model that mirrors the way misinformation… read more.

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