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Tag: Twitter

2 11/27/2018

Is social media hurting science … and people?

8/15/2017

What a little Twitter chat can do to stop #stemcellhype

2 3/17/2016

Sensational Tweets on Alzheimer’s & breast cancer by University of Manchester in 1 week

4 9/29/2015

The Twitter health news hype machine

9 7/1/2015

When patients speak – some hear golden tones and others noise

1 6/17/2015

Everybody’s talking at me, on health on Twitter

25 3/31/2015

Social media reacts to “Emperor of All Maladies” – Ripples of conversation flow from it

2/18/2015

British website gets “sassy” on Twitter about flawed health care journalism

1/23/2015

Squelching rage when reading “Twitter knows when you’re going to have a heart attack”

1/21/2015

Cleveland Clinic Tweets Misleading Claim That Lives On and On