5 Ways to Spot and Stop Fake News. Don’t get taken in. Take a moment to think before you click - and share. Consider the source: Strange domain names or web sites that end in "lo" (like "Newslo") are signs you should be wary. Check the URL: Fake news sites will often use a web address designed to make it look like real site, ending in ".com.co" Look for visual clues: Fake news websites may use sloppy or unprofessional design and overuse ALL CAPS. Get a second opinion: If a story makes you…

5 Ways to Spot and Stop Fake News. Don’t get taken in. Take a moment to think before you click - and share. Consider the source: Strange domain names or web sites that end in "lo" (like "Newslo") are signs you should be wary. Check the URL: Fake news sites will often use a web address designed to make it look like real site, ending in ".com.co" Look for visual clues: Fake news websites may use sloppy or unprofessional design and overuse ALL CAPS. Get a second opinion: If a story makes you…

A total of 79 patients in the two trials received cisplatin alone or in combination with bevacizumab (Avastin) to shrink their tumors prior to removing them surgically. In both trials, approximately 40 percent of patients had a complete or near-complete disappearance of the cancer after the cisplatin therapy.

A total of 79 patients in the two trials received cisplatin alone or in combination with bevacizumab (Avastin) to shrink their tumors prior to removing them surgically. In both trials, approximately 40 percent of patients had a complete or near-complete disappearance of the cancer after the cisplatin therapy.

Dr. Kashyap has appeared in several noteworthy news media, including the internationally renowned Discovery Channel and the Boston Globe, Harvard News, Ayer Times, Times of India, Hindustan Times, CNBC, CNN, CNN-IBN.

Dr. Kashyap has appeared in several noteworthy news media, including the internationally renowned Discovery Channel and the Boston Globe, Harvard News, Ayer Times, Times of India, Hindustan Times, CNBC, CNN, CNN-IBN.

Resources for Journalists - Harvard Public Affairs & Communications - Harvard News Releases

Resources for Journalists - Harvard Public Affairs & Communications - Harvard News Releases

You Can Now Learn Digital Photography from a Real Harvard University Course Completely Free - iDrop News

You Can Now Learn Digital Photography from a Real Harvard University Course Completely Free - iDrop News

More Than Two Thirds of Harvard Undergrads Complete Sexual Assault Training Module |                News |            The Harvard Crimson

More Than Two Thirds of Harvard Undergrads Complete Sexual Assault Training Module | News | The Harvard Crimson

Artificial Pancreas System Aimed at Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus via Harvard News: "Researchers will soon undertake one of the largest-ever long-term clinical trials of a system designed to help regulate blood sugar levels of individuals with type 1 diabetes mellitus. If the scientists’ so-called artificial pancreas system performs in patients as they hope, it could lead to commercial trials and eventual regulatory approval in the United States and abroad."

Artificial Pancreas System Aimed at Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus via Harvard News: "Researchers will soon undertake one of the largest-ever long-term clinical trials of a system designed to help regulate blood sugar levels of individuals with type 1 diabetes mellitus. If the scientists’ so-called artificial pancreas system performs in patients as they hope, it could lead to commercial trials and eventual regulatory approval in the United States and abroad."

Harvard Smears Conservative Media As ‘Fake News’ | Weasel Zippers

Harvard Smears Conservative Media As ‘Fake News’ | Weasel Zippers

(Cambridge, MA. - Wednesday, October 29, 2003) Strange but beautiful light is seen from Holyoke Center in Harvard Square on a day when solar flare was reported by meteorologists as being especially strong. Staff Photo by Rose Lincoln/Harvard University News Office

(Cambridge, MA. - Wednesday, October 29, 2003) Strange but beautiful light is seen from Holyoke Center in Harvard Square on a day when solar flare was reported by meteorologists as being especially strong. Staff Photo by Rose Lincoln/Harvard University News Office

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