Thursday, 20 October 2011
TIME, USA Today, MSNBC, NPR, CTV, the LA Times and numerous other mainstream media outlets have all been running a juvenile hoax over the last week. Through various misleading headlines, they're all claiming that vitamins might kill you. Here are some of the headlines:
Study links vitamins to higher death rates in women - CTV
Study: Vitamins may increase death risk in older women - USA Today
We've Been Wasting a Ton of Money on Vitamins and Dietary Supplements - TIME
Some common vitamin supplements could increase death risk - MSNBC
Dietary supplements risky for older women, study finds - LA Times
Supplements Look Risky In Study Of Older Women - NPR
Vitamins do more harm than good, new suggest says - News.com.au
Women Who Take Vitamin Supplements May Have Increased Death Risk - Huffington Post
There are literally hundreds of headlines from mainstream news sources that essentially say the same thing.
There's only one problem with all this: The whole thing is a HOAX! And NaturalNews is stepping forward to expose this hoax using data from the published study itself.
Exposed: A total mainstream media hoax
Caught yet again, the mainstream media has been exposed pulling off a juvenile, simplistic hoax that attempts to scare people away from good nutrition. To accomplish this hoax, they..
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