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|Title:||Thinking Ahead: Do celebrities do more good than harm with their medical advice?|
|Authors:||McMaster Health Forum|
|Citation:||McMaster Health Forum. Video Recording: Thinking Ahead: Do celebrities do more good than harm with their medical advice?. Hamilton, Canada: McMaster Health Forum, 3 April 2014.|
|Abstract:||Celebrities often use their status to support or refute health advice. Those claims can be either beneficial or harmful, depending on whether they are based on quality research evidence. This panel discussion was moderated by Julia Belluz a journalist who previously wrote for Maclean's and the Medical Post. The panel was made up of medical professionals and journalists, discussing whether celebrity health claims do more good than hard.|
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