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Last Updated: Mar 13, 2017 URL: http://libguides.cbu.ca/nursing Print Guide RSS Updates

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Health News Review

Health News Reviews provides objective reviews of media stories covering therapeutic claims such as new medical treatments, tests, procedures, or drugs.

Nearly 30 reviewers, most with MD, MPH, or PhD credentials, work to assess how well a media story meets set criteria; stories are assigned one to five stars.

 

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