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The anti-vax wellness influencers

The anti-vax wellness influencers

Update: 2021-10-015
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How wellness influencers are fueling the anti-vaccine movement. 

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For many people, the term “misinformation” conjures up images of conspiracy-theorist chat rooms and Russian bots. But as Ashley Fetters Maloy reports, an alarming amount of misinformation about the coronavirus is coming from wellness influencers. 

Today on Post Reports, the social media influencers questioning the wisdom of vaccination –– and how their messaging is increasing the threat of the virus mutating and keeping the pandemic raging.
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Kirk Reed

to those who created this podcast. I was hoping to hear factual information to understand what misinformation is. I listen to the Darkhorse podcast, and maybe you would consider that misinformation? Doctors, virologists, and immunologists are interviewed and give clear factual evidence based facts. if you can convince me Dr. Tess Lawrie's (works with WHO,not for, as a data scientist) peer reviewed report in June is not good evidential information then that would convince me otherwise. I was going your podcast might inform me what and why you think was misinformation. I want to hear both sides.

Oct 4th
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The anti-vax wellness influencers

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