How to cut through when talking to anti-vaxxers and anti-fluoriders

Dismissing people’s worries as baseless is one of the least effective ways of communicating public health risks, writes Claire Hooker Claire Hooker, Senior Lecturer and Coordinator, Health and Medical Humanities, University of Sydney Dismissing people’s worries as baseless, whether that’s about the safety of mobile phones or fluoridated drinking water, is one of the least effective ways

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