Avoiding Fake News and Information Overload

Access to information during a pandemic is certainly a very useful aspect of the connected world that we live in. The down side to this is that not all information is factual and relevant and it can cause an increase in stress and anxiety if we get too caught up in it. A good way to avoid information overload is to moderate how much news you read and watch on a daily basis, and focus on information from reputable sources to remove the white noise and excessive drama. Yeshantha Padayachee shares a few tips with Michael Porter on Real Health.

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