The story also needed a discussion around costs of radiation therapy, which can be pricey.
Both the story’s headline and overall brevity make the evidence sound much stronger than what was reported in the evidence review.
Reuters joined the media frenzy and reported on a small study that was bound to trigger an avalanche of coverage.
The story hints at evidence but provides no substantiation of the claims made by the sources in the story.
The story does not share any research information for how these eye implants performed in clinical trials.
We were pleased to see how the story pointed out any potential conflicts of interest among the sources.
The story does a nice job of summarizing the results of a data collection effort for concussions among athletes, but treats the concept of baseline testing uncritically.
Are infrared saunas healthy? The story attempts to answer the question by looking at a handful of small studies, and interviewing two people directly involved with the research.