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Dr. Kasey Harbine offers up some tips on how to tell the difference between real and "fake" medical news during the March 7 edition of Morning Rounds.
The publication Healthline offers up more information about spotting "fake" medical news on their website including the following:
Some of them are outright lies.
Some of them have a toehold in truth.
Then there are absurd-sounding stories that are absolutely true because life can be bizarre and surprising.
So how to separate fact from fiction?
How to swim out of the undercurrent pulling you into a sea of misguided, misleading, and mistaken information?
Healthline presents this consumer how-to guide to help navigate those uncharted internet waters and become a savvier media consumer.