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A change to make on social media today

Today’s tip: Add more health and science experts to your social-media feed.

With so many things about Covid still unknown, and so much misinformation clogging the internet, one of the best things you can do for yourself is make sure the information coming through your feed is trustworthy—and that means following qualified experts.

On , the editors have already done the necessary vetting, pulling together a list of 50 doctors, researchers, and public-health professionals with active Twitter accounts. “In some cases, these sources have been sharing pandemic insights for years,” they write. “In others, experts have realized the need for more evidence-based information on Covid-19 and have started sharing that with followers more regularly.” Follow some or all of these figures to make sure that when you scroll, you’re scrolling through information that’s scientifically accurate.

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