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Categories: BuzzFeed


Without an independent source, BuzzFeed’s story on a medical device for OCD doesn’t offer much beyond the news release


BuzzFeed warns readers ‘a lot more work to be done’ to find out if experimental blood test can predict preterm birth


BuzzFeed story on IUDs and cervical cancer warns readers ‘these are observational studies’


Buzzfeed offers refreshing candor in explainer piece on female condom


An app a day keeps pregnancy away? BuzzFeed’s informative look at Natural Cycles app gets a gold star


Fitbit and fertility: Not enough caution or context on 5-woman study


BuzzFeed oversells benefits of experimental technology used on paralyzed man


Vaginal ring for HIV prevention: a few details would have elevated good coverage to great


Independent voices boost coverage of potential opioid addiction treatment


Mail-Order Viruses Are The New Antibiotics