There are a lot of studies that talk about the health benefits of breakfast. But some of them require a closer look. They don’t necessarily show that breakfast causes good health.

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Data and how they are represented lie at the heart of academic dishonesty, which usually involves making the results of your research say something they don’t really mean.

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Peer review helps ensure that only the most credible research is published and made widely available to other scientists, as well as the science journalists behind those catchy headlines.

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Although autism can be a devastating condition for those who have it and their families, no credible link has even been established between receiving any vaccine and developing autism.

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Measles outbreaks are on the rise. Is misinformation in the media creating this problem?

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Recent studies suggest that negative health impacts may have more to do with anti-wind energy campaigns than with wind energy itself.

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