This site is a source of undocumented rumour and allegations against the medical establishment that have no founding in science or fact.
This is very untrustworthy!
misleading and at times dangerous claims. definantly not a reputable source of information
The site is a prolific source of clickbait "news" articles, telling a particular section of the public what they want to hear. From what I've seen, they direct their baits at progressives and left-wingers, and particularly supporters of Bernie Sanders. They play on the wishful thinking of these people, and watch the views and shares roll in. But, rarely do I see one of their low-content, poorly written articles contain any evidence to support their claims. I'm speaking as someone who is a Berner (now Jill supporter) whose just seen way too much unsubstantiated clickbait from them.
Conspiracy conjecture, "news" fabrication, anti-vaccination garbage. This site is a longtail marketing ad revenue site for people who already want to believe the BS they spread.
Shock horror and unethical reporting – looks designed to promote cross religious hate.
False and misleading stories presented as news
Clickbait site hosts fake or cliff hanger news stories to get revenue.
Some child-like commentaries pretending to be "news" and apparently designed merely to get clicks. I don't think it is good for people to get information from this site, very misleading and dangerous regarding unsubstantiated medical scare stories.
just saw an article from there about vaccinations in Australia using chemtrails. Picture of a plane with contrails.
Conspiracy bullshit, often reworked articles of other conspiracy websites. Articles have no value beyond feeding low-information readers with yet more low information.
Do NOT use this as a source, if you want to be taken seriously as an adult.