This week is full of information about misinformation. All across the globe, misinformation about COVID-19 is a major threat to public health. In this research study of prevalence and predictors of belief in misinformation across the United States, the United Read More
This cohort study estimates associations between mode of delivery (vaginal vs cesarean delivery) and maternal and neonatal birth outcomes among SARS-CoV-2–infected women giving birth in Spain. In this cohort, severe adverse maternal outcomes occurred in 11% (9/82), 4 of whom Read More
This research article reports that Google Trends data strongly correlates with COVID-19 cases and deaths. Previous outbreaks and epidemics have been tracked and forecasted by using infodemiology metrics and approaches, particularly through Twitter and Google. The data from this study Read More
This study suggests public health organizations provide the most up-to-date and timely COVID-19 information, yet other online information sources do not align with WHO’s basic protective measures. Evaluating information on the internet is important as a lot of misinformation is Read More

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