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Best way to win online argument is still calling someone “shill” or blocking/banning, study finds

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A new study out of the Harvard School of Medicine confirmed once again that accusing someone of being a pharma shill and then blocking or banning them from a page is still the best way to win an argument when online. “We talked to several…

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Mom bravely makes it through entire lunch with son’s new anti-vaccine, naturopath girlfriend

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DES MOINES, IA – Betty Zito, mom to Brandon Zito, was able to grin and bear it through an entire lunch with her son’s new anti-vaccine, naturopath girlfriend, Chelsea Clarke. Clarke is a newly trained “doctor” of naturopathic medicine and a hard-core anti-vaccer. Betty Zito,…

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Zodiac signs changing, millions forced to convince themselves their new sign describes them perfectly

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SPACE – Millions of pseudoscience enthusiasts were shocked to learn that NASA has changed the astrological signs and several people found themselves with a new sign. “I’ve always been a Libra and always felt that the traits of a Libra describe me perfectly,” said Gina…

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Trump misses yuge opportunity in debate by not ranting about vaccines and autism

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NEW YORK – The first presidential debate was watch by millions of people across the country, at least 5% of whom are science-illiterate anti-vaccers, according to the latest viewership polls. Experts agree that Donald Trump missed out on a yuge opportunity to rant about the…

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“Googling”, “YouTube Research” to be added to med school curriculum by 2018

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Medical schools across the USA are trying to get with the times and update a rather antiquated curriculum for their medical students. “We realize now that stuff like anatomy and physiology are kind of passe,” said Dean of Medicine from Harvard Dr. Richard Penner. “Nowadays…

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Area man crashes plane after learning how to fly on YouTube

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LOS ANGELES, CA – Local anti-vaccine, anti-medicine, anti-GMO and flying enthusiast Jake Crosby, 37, decided he was going to learn how to fly. He immediately went to his favorite source of information: YouTube. “I learned all about vaccines, medicine, the truth about 9/11, basically everything…

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