Reading health articles can give anyone a case of whiplash.
One day, you might read that kale can help prevent cancer. Then the next day, you might read that kale can actually give you cancer!
How can you separate fact from fiction?
Professor of Neurology and Neuroscience Gregory Petsko explains how to read past clickbait headlines and decipher what's actually true about the latest medical studies.
Find out the top facts you should pay attention to, like if it's a mouse or human trial, and the questions you should ask in order to become a more informed, critical reader.
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