“We found misinformation is clearly prevalent in cancer articles on social media, and the vast majority of those pieces contain harmful information,” doctors say.
Over 103 million people worldwide have liked, shared, or retweeted misinformation and conspiracy theories online about COVID-19 vaccines.
Researchers stress that social media is the main culprit when it comes to the spread of COVID-19 misinformation.
Results reveal people getting the flu vaccine also have a significantly lower risk of hospitalization due to COVID.
The researcher argues there is an almost complete lack of epidemiological studies looking at the health impacts of 5G exposure.
A new study finds terrorist organizations are taking advantage of all the fear, anxiety, and confusion caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.