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A certain kind of conspiracy theory keeps popping up after every recent mass shooting, and social media is making it easier to spread than ever before.
Antidepressants actually do work for a majority of people who try them, a new study asserts.
A number of marijuana companies are kicked off social media without explanation, which is going to force the cannabis industry to answer questions of identity.
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Technical knowledge continues to be privileged over social knowledge.
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A report from the World Health Organization shows that the European region experienced about 16,000 measles cases in 2017, representing a four-fold increase from the previous year.