How to identify— and avoid— misinformation tactics in the wellness community

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The online wellness community’s holistic, nature-based approach to health may steer followers away from factual medical information. Lydia Greene belonged to that community, before she broke out of her echo chamber. Read more: Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube:

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