Russian trolls spread pro- and anti-vaccine tweets, study says

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Not good.Image: Jeffrey Hamilton/getty Well this is disturbing.  Apparently not content to merely meddle in the 2016 U.S. election, Russian trolls now stand accused of spreading a type of misinformation that could have literal deadly effects: anti-vaccine propaganda.   So finds a new study published Thursday in the American Journal of Public Health, which found […]

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The Internet Is Shutting Down Anti-Vaxxers One By One And Its Too Entertaining To Read (15+ Pics)

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While substantial research shows vaccines are safe and vital in disease prevention, refusal of childhood vaccines at the doctor is on the rise. It could be argued that having these famous allies has emboldened anti-vaxxer groups, whatever the reason never shy away from sharing their opinions online. When science isn’t on your side it can […]

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