A right-wing talk radio host tried to gin up outrage against the former United States president with a photo of a whole other prescription.
A viral Facebook meme misrepresents why hydroxychloroquine/chloroquine fell from favor and remdesivir became the next great COVID-19 hope.
Despite promoting hydroxychloroquine, Dr. Simone Gold remains licensed in California.
A video that showed the Texas Republican appearing to swallow his tooth while speaking at a microphone sparked attention on social media.
After late-night news broke about U.S. President Donald Trump and the First Lady testing positive, screenshots appeared showing a tweet that predicted it — and then some.
A chyron quoting the United States president saying “nobody likes me” instantly (and predictably) became a meme.
Dr. Brian Procter gained attention on both Facebook and YouTube for his “aggressive outpatient regimen.”
The untimely death of Florida teenager Carsyn Leigh Davis led to rumors that she had been intentionally infected at a First Youth Church “COVID party.”
A now-viral video was released to promote an upcoming book and documentary.
A dubious medical “update” has been reported as legitimate in at least one South American country.