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How to write about addiction without promoting stigma and bias: 4 tips for journalists

The following guest post is by Maia Szalavitz, a journalist and author who writes frequently about addiction and drugs. She writes for, VICE, and the New York Times, among others, and is the author, most recently, of the New York Times bestseller, Unbroken Brain. She tweets as @maiasz. As journalists, we know that the language we use matters. Many […] The post How to write about addiction without promoting stigma and bias: 4 tips for journalists appeared first on HealthNewsReview.
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