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Minimally biased sites with useful information

enigma48 (143560) writes | more than 9 years ago

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Just a quick question for ya'll - does anyone visit web sites with a minimal amount of bias? And has decent amount of information?

I'm just getting a little sick of trying to find information but only getting one side of the story. I was looking up some drug information online and found a number of websites listing plain facts - perfect, exactly what I want.

Just a quick question for ya'll - does anyone visit web sites with a minimal amount of bias? And has decent amount of information?

I'm just getting a little sick of trying to find information but only getting one side of the story. I was looking up some drug information online and found a number of websites listing plain facts - perfect, exactly what I want.

On the other hand, when I do a little research into benefits/drawbacks of chiropractic therapy... completely opposite. Either you're a chiropractor or you're a hater of chiropractic. The NiH website was top-notch though - one of the very few websites that would provide references to their opinions (ie: "works as good as physiotherapy for lower back pain" with 3 refernces). Pros AND cons had references provided.

So, if you see this - can you please post a few websites that you think are well-balanced? ANY subject. I don't care how popular it is, or even if it has not perfectly accurate information - I can always verify information elsewhere.

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