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Myth Becoming Fact

If something is repeated enough times, eventually it becomes accepted as fact, even if there is no scientific proof to back it up. In a story on the effect of marketing to children, reporter Peggy O’Crowley baselessly links obesity rates to the marketing and consumption of fast food.

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