Health

ABC Wants You to Fight Global Warming One Cheeseburger at a Time

'World News' correspondent worries about everyone's contributions toward stopping climate change, even though governments worldwide must 'attack' it, he says.

NY Times Admits Fault in Inaccurate Salmon Story

Paper issues an 'Editor's Note' claiming reporter was misled for article attacking industry.

'Evening News' Gives One-Sided Account of Genetically Modified Food

CBS correspondent Armen Keteyian warns viewers of engineered organisms, despite no evidence of widespread danger.

Nightline Attacks 'Edible Food-Like Substances' in One-Sided Report

Report parrots claims of non-expert without any response from food industry, scientists or actual experts

Times Invites John "Two Americas" Edwards to Take a Bow in Life Expectancy Story

In an overdramatic story on falling life expectancies among some women, the Times suggested the findings validated left-wing presidential candidate John Edwards: "The new research adds weight to ...

'Today' Incites More Alarm over Water Bottles - Even Reusable Ones

Segment's medical expert warns against use of plastic bottles made with traces of Bisphenol-A, despite having a long track record of being safe.

ABC News: Weight Discrimination is 'Spiraling Upward'

Story on network's Web site claims 'weight-ism more widespread than racism,' blames business and attacks personal responsibility.

NBC Puts Singulair Worries in Perspective While CBS Warns Viewers

'Early Show' warns of suicide risk for asthma/allergy drug; 'Today' stresses consumer caution.

Media Accuse Cancer Research of 'Concealing' Funding

Study published in The New England Journal of Medicine rejected by media because of funding, not science.

Despite Media Carping, Americans Largely Trust Drug Companies

Media attacks on pharmaceutical companies don't resonate with the public, which overwhelmingly believes drug makers improve quality of life.
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