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Better journalism is key to better public health

Most people who read health journalism with a critical eye would say it's in bad shape. For evidence, look no further than your local newspaper (if one still exists), or go to your favorite website and learn about "the 10 ways to bust your belly fat for good." Coffee will help you live longer on Monday and kill you quicker by the weekend.

It is often assumed that this state of affairs is linked to the collapse of media as we knew it. Gone are the days when science desks were staples of newsrooms and journalists had time to read the studies that they reported on or call their best sources. Those pseudoscientific examples of health journalism, the argument goes, are nothing more than…

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