Philadelphia, PA – A new multinational study has found that reading articles about the causes of sudden death may cause sudden death.
The study began in late 2020 and ended in November 2022 and included data from Austria, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Australia, New Zealand and Singapore la, among others.
“We were really shocked by the results,” said Professor Stewart Waffler who led the study. “We were actually looking to see if we could blame climate change cos, you know, that’s just the trendy thing to do. Instead, we found that over 96% of those who died suddenly were reading about sudden deaths on the internet.”
Waffler recommends spending less time “looking up stuff on the web”.
“There’s a lot of misinformation out there. People should stick to official sources,” he said, “even if they’re nonsense and change their minds from week to week.”
Waffler adds that the study does not rule out climate change and coincidence as causes of sudden deaths and that further study is required.
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