Fake News And Sensationalism Pay, But Is It Worth It

According to a recent study, drinking soda is actually good for you, and drinking more than one can a day reduces your risk of cancer.

Right now, you’re probably saying to yourself, “What did I just read?” Does soda really have health benefits? Which study stated this information? Who are the researchers involved here?

And you would be right to doubt this information: It’s fake news, the sort you’ll often spot on your Facebook feed as you casually scroll down on a Monday evening.

Source : https://ameinfo.com/media/digital/fake-news-and-sensationalism-is-it-worth-it/

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