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Category: Consumer anger/confusion

16 11/19/2018

Making Medicare choices in a marketplace mess: emperor wears no clothes

10/23/2018

When it comes to surprise medical bills, journalists largely focus on casualties and not the war

1/16/2018

On the long road to media health, new AMA guidelines are a step in the right direction

1/10/2018

Ibuprofen linked to male infertility? It’s pure speculation

1 12/8/2017

Temple University again greases the clickbait machine with canola oil study

11/22/2017

Not so fast: News headlines claiming two therapies were proven ‘equally effective’ for treating opioid use disorder

9/25/2017

Yes, a listicle: 10 times we couldn’t resist writing about health news clickbait

1 9/20/2017

Headlines claim light drinking during pregnancy is ‘okay’ — researchers say that’s not okay

9 9/12/2017

Most news coverage on new PSA testing study acknowledged costly trade-offs

6 9/5/2017

Facts about the new ALS drug Radicava that you’re unlikely to see in news stories