Wikipedia exposed: Dominated by drug company trolls; health information totally wrong



(NaturalNews) It is a running joke in credible circles that Wikipedia is one of the worst online resources for obtaining truthful information about pretty much any topic. And a new study has confirmed that the popular user-generated “fauxpedia” website is completely overrun with misinformation, particularly in areas relating to health and medicine.

The study out of Campbell University in North Carolina found that up to 90 percent of the medical information posted on Wikipedia is false, and that people simply can’t rely on it for learning about health conditions and treatments. In virtually all major areas of health and disease, posted entries were found to contain factual errors that either failed to keep up with scientific developments or were flat out inaccurate.

“Researchers should not use [Wikipedia] as a primary resource because those articles do not go through the same peer-review process as medical journals,” stated Robert Hasty…

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Kymber Shafer is a Georgia-based activist who aspires to continuously question the left/right paradigm in media and politics by pursuing truth and questioning existing narratives. #TheTruthIsHere
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