From the US Surgeon GeneralAvoid Pitfalls of Misinformation 

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To ensure your information source is fact-based and to prevent pitfalls of misinformation, always  pause to check if the sources is verifiable such as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,  and official Health Department websites for your state or local government. An advisory from the Office of the US Surgeon General lays out steps for winning the war against misinformation in new publication Confronting Health Misinformation July 2021.

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