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YouTube’s Plan to Showcase Credible Health Information Is Flawed, Experts Warn | Scientific American

By Grant Currin
August 27, 2021

When someone searches YouTube for a health-related term such as “COVID-19,” most results will now prominently feature content from government agencies and health care organizations that the platform trusts to provide reliable information. The World Health Organization, the Mayo Clinic and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia are among the channels the platform has deemed “credible” sources of health information, based on guidelines developed by a panel of experts.

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Source: YouTube’s Plan to Showcase Credible Health Information Is Flawed, Experts Warn | Scientific American

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