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Passport Event - Health trends: fact or fake?: Additional examples and information

This guide contains all the links needed for students and instructor for this intellectual wellness passport event.

Additional examples - types of fake news

Satire: Huffington Post

Native advertising: Nike

  • More information from the Shorenstein Center at Harvard about native advertising and sponsored content.

Misinformation: Science Based Medicine, Shape magazine

  • The study featured in this stories has been retracted.

Additional examples - Journalistic ethical standards

Scientific Evidence for Popular Health Supplements

Information is Beautiful uses visualization to show evidence of health supplements. Link to the interactive webpage.