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Behind a lot of flashy headlines may lie questionable scientific claims - what should people be aware of when reading the news?

By Saeed Pahlevansharif, Associate Professor, Taylor's University
Hassam Waheed, Taylor's University
Kelly-Ann Allen, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, Monash University
Navaz Naghavi, Lecturer, Taylor's University
Nicholas Gamble, Lecturer, Monash University
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Behind a lot of news headlines often lie either questionable, oversold or misinterpreted research findings. So what should readers be aware of when reading news that contain scientific claims?

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