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They turn to Facebook and YouTube to find a cure for cancer — and get sucked into a world of bogus medicine  The Washington Post

Companies are trying to rein in medical misinformation on social media, but the problem isn't just technological. It's also human.

You've Heard of Postpartum Depression, But Probably Not Postpartum Anxiety  Scientific American

Four days after the birth of our daughter, my husband and I brought her home from the hospital. We were exhausted but giddy, ready to start our new lives.

Cities Are Surprisingly Fragile  Scientific American

A recent report from the Economist Intelligence Unit highlights the increasing fragility that urbanization can bring. Jakarta's rising urban population is facing ...

Futuristic British Family Saga: Trump Spends Final Days in Office Nuking China  NewsBusters

BBC One's limited series Years and Years tells the story of the Lyons family living in the United Kingdom between 2019 and 2034. Episode 1, which premiered ...

 




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