Campus researchers find disinformation on medication abortion webpages

Infographic depicting the inaccuracy of online information about abortion pills
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health researchers developed a way to assess medication abortion webpage accuracy and found that four out of the five top “abortion pill” query results on Google were less than 50% accurate.

UC Berkeley School of Public Health researchers found that four out of the five top “abortion pill” query results on Google were less than 50% accurate.
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Students should gather to rally against Brett Kavanaugh

On Oct. 4 at noon, students, faculty, workers and community members should rally against Brett Kavanaugh on Sproul Plaza as part of a national day of action. President Trump is attempting to install Brett Kavanaugh, a right-wing judge, on the Supreme Court, which would make him the fifth member of
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