A graphic listing prices for various nations fails to account for several factors in the price of the medication.
In November 2018, a scientist from China named He Jankui appeared to have ushered in a new era in humanity — and re-ignited an already heated international conversation about the ethics of editing genes to make …
Facebook users warn about Tamiflu side effects in children, but it’s not clear how common those side effects are.
False reports that the FDA confirmed DTaP vaccines cause autism are based on a 2005 drug packet that state’s there’s no “causal relationship” between vaccines and autism.
A study found that 81 percent of dollar store non-toy products failed to meet voluntarily toy safety standards — but the results have been misrepresented.
A story about a 14 year old boy shot six times by his stepfather on Facebook is an example of a sick child hoax used by scammers.
Warnings that kids are catching staph infections from bounce houses are credible, but it’s not clear how widespread the issue is.
Fake Xanax killed nine people in Florida in March 2016 and the story was re-reported as breaking news in March 2017.
Reports of a new form of HPV that can be transmitted by kissing and is more deadly than AIDS are false.
There’s never been any definitive proof that cooking with aluminum pots and pans causes Alzheimer’s disease, or that aluminum foil causes Alzheimer’s.