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Categories: HealthDay


A little more context would have boosted already-strong HealthDay story on drug for hot flashes


HealthDay speculates that experimental cystic fibrosis drug combo could be ‘breakthrough’ and ‘game-changing’


HealthDay touts nerve device as ‘more effective,’ but data is from unpublished study with no control group


Are bacteria useful as cancer ‘weapons,’ or far too early to know? Key context missing from HealthDay story


Fish oil during pregnancy led to ‘stronger kids,’ but was the difference clinically meaningful?


HealthDay neglects the potential harms of transplanting hepatitis-infected kidneys


HealthDay provides needed details on side effects of THC-based drug studied for Alzheimer’s agitation


HealthDay rehashes a news release claiming researchers have found new type of vertigo


Independent viewpoint helps round out HealthDay story on impact of earlier mammograms


In comparison of clot-busting drugs, HealthDay gets props for being clear on costs and harms

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