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Free Speech and Journals’ Responsibility in Vaccine Debates

“Learn what they don’t want you to know.” That pretty much captures the conspiracy-laced journey into data you often see at the heart of campaigning against a vaccine, doesn’t it? It’s the sub-title an activist used* to encourage people to read a new book billed as “a groundbreaking exposé”. …

Doctor 2.0: The numbers behind AI usein healthcare

Are you ready to meet your robot physician? Over the past several years, the biggest names in tech, joined by a surge of startups, have made large strides in developing algorithms that can diagnose and predict disease and advise doctors on treatments. Despite some notable setbacks (including a …

Pay To Publish: A Look Inside A Coin Journal Editor’s Inbox

Today, BREAKER published a story regarding a lapse in journalistic ethics amongst prominent coin journals. Troubled by the number of unsolicited emails he received offering money for media coverage, BREAKER contributor Corin Faife decided to see how other crypto journals responded to such requests. After setting up a …

Five secrets of excelling in board exams

The Class 10 and 12 board exams are just five months away. It is important that you put in your best for the examination to get great results. Planning and preparing well for the examination are the key to success. Toppers ensure that they make a study plan …