Facebook groups are a hotbed of vaccine misinformation and content, said Kolina Koltai, a researcher at the University of Texas at Austin, who has studied the social media behavior of the anti-vaccination movement since The child was eventually hospitalized and died four days later , according to a GoFundMe started on his behalf by his family. Facebook hosts a vast network of groups that trade in false health information. The posts highlight how Facebook groups dedicated to health misinformation such as vaccinations can also be used to solicit and share potentially dangerous medical advice. It has ,, not , One recent post came from the mother of a 4-year-old Colorado boy who died from the flu this week. The drug can ease symptoms and shorten the length of illness, but concerns about side effects are common even outside anti-vaccination echo chambers.
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