How journalists can improve their health news stories
Saccharine coverage of health care topics not only leaves a bad taste in the mouths of some people. It also raises concerns. Many news stories exaggerate potential benefits and minimize possible harms of new health care interventions, according to the article "A Guide to Reading Health Care News Stories." The article was posted online in May and appeared in the July issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.
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