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In the Coronavirus ‘Infodemic,’ Here’s How to Avoid Bad Information

Written by Wilson

The same coronavirus post kept popping up on my Facebook feed last week. People in my network—a friend’s mom, a college classmate and another “friend,” who I’m not sure I’ve even met in person—had somehow obtained identical symptom and treatment guidance from Stanford University.

There were details about an at-home testing technique involving breath holding, as well as something truly dubious about sipping water every 15 minutes. On March 12, the university said the text was “not from Stanford.”

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Wilson

I work as the Content Writer in miniamazon. I play Quake like professionally. I love to write about Shopping Trends, Sports and have been writing about them for two years.