Social media hosted a lot of fake health news this year.

The most common concerns among health professionals when it comes to misinformation online is compliance with health treatments or prevention efforts, says Natalie Gyenes.

“It can lead to vaccination levels below herd immunity, harmful impacts on minors whose parents are responsible for their health care and well-being, engaging in alternative or homeopathic treatments as a primary approach and only complying with necessary medical treatments at a time where effectiveness is decreased.”

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