Many of us have seen the lies on Wikipedia regarding MMS. Well, now we have further evidence of Wikipedia lies.
Here's my local news report on the article:
5/28/14 12:47 PM
If you have a question about your health, do you use Wikipedia?
The crowd-sourcing online encyclopedia is a popular tool for some students and others to find a quick answer, but it may be a destination to avoid for health information.
A study published in The Journal of the American Osteopathic Association tested the reliability of the crowd-sourced entries on Wikipedia.
Researchers looked at the 10 most costly medical conditions in the country – like lung cancer, back pain, and osteoarthritis.
They found the Wikipedia entries contradict medical research for peer-reviewed journals about 90 percent of the time – information on nine out of 10 entries had errors.
But it’s not just people at home using it – the study found that 47 to 70 percent of physicians and medical students use it as a reference.
The researchers conclude that caution should be exercised when using websites such as Wikipedia for any medical questuh on traject
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