They could hardly misreport a scientific study more spectacularly. I mean, how hard is it to:
- Assess the fact that differences in bone density (which the researcher himself deemed "clinically insignificant") did not lead to any increase in the number of bone fractures?
The Australian news reported the story somewhat more accurately.
But this headline and misleading story have been virulently misreported today. And what is the effect but to reinforce meat-eating habitats that are bad for the health of individuals and for the health of our world?