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#214072
ezinra wrote:
SoulBoy wrote:Awards for Mail's Good Health team as trio pick up prestigious prizes

You'll be shocked to learn that the chairman of the awarding body, the Guild of Health Writers, works for the Daily Mail. The vice chair works for the Mail's favourite source of press releases, Weight Watchers.

I read somewhere that awards cause cancer.

Or was it cure?
#214178
Daley Mayle wrote:
Sorry we are unable to accept comments for legal reasons.



Legal reasons? An article about awards?

Didn't someone here give a link to an award the Mail won that was presented for the most inaccurate report of a medical issue?


If memory serves wasn't that something about just one spliff can turn you Mad Mel insane?

EDIT - here it is http://deevybee.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/ ... c.html?m=1
#214287
SoulBoy wrote:
Daley Mayle wrote:
Sorry we are unable to accept comments for legal reasons.



Legal reasons? An article about awards?

Didn't someone here give a link to an award the Mail won that was presented for the most inaccurate report of a medical issue?


If memory serves wasn't that something about just one spliff can turn you Mad Mel insane?

EDIT - here it is http://deevybee.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/ ... c.html?m=1


And with imeccable timing, today they've (almost) accepted their headline was bollocks:

A report on research by the University of Bristol on 26 October was headlined 'One cannabis joint "can bring on schizophrenia".' We are happy to clarify that, as the article explained, the research on rats found that the active ingredient in cannabis could induce symptoms similar to schizophrenia, rather than schizophrenia itself.
#214290
ezinra wrote:
SoulBoy wrote:Awards for Mail's Good Health team as trio pick up prestigious prizes

You'll be shocked to learn that the chairman of the awarding body, the Guild of Health Writers, works for the Daily Mail. The vice chair works for the Mail's favourite source of press releases, Weight Watchers.


Also on the judging panel for the awards was Justine Hancock - Good Health Editor of the Daily Mail.

And who won the award for Best Health Editor?

Justine Hancock :shock:

http://www.healthwriters.com/events/review.php?id=149
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