Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop slammed for promoting WiFi and 5G ‘safety’ brands

Gwyneth Paltrow's $250 million (£200m) wellness empire is facing criticism from experts for fuelling false conspiracy theories about harmful health effects of telecom networks. Until this week, Goop was promoting a company selling 5G shielding devices on its web page on a section dedicated to WiFi safety, which was deleted this week after at least 20 telecom phone masts …

Fake health tips that claim to fight against coronavirus

But really, they don't work. At all. When any disaster occurs, misinformation and rumors pop up in far greater numbers than the truth. Since the outbreak of coronavirus, people all around the world are making strange claims to solutions to the virus. While all have been ineffective and largely harmless, others have caused death. Social …