More than one political pundit has deemed our current time as the Information Age. We're constantly inundated with data - some mundane, some crucial, much of it not-quite-so-accurate.
In the medical arena, omitting information or disseminating partial or inaccurate info can be annoying at best, fatal at worst. In an effort to try to keep the public better informed about drug safety issues, the FDA is preparing to launch a new Drug Watch webpage. Likewise, to combat the myriad of websites that contain false or misleading information about vaccine safety, the World Health Organization (WHO) has created a list of 23 websites that it considers "reliable."