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In the weeks since Twitter’s acquisition, the platform has undergone massive reductions to security, content moderation, and accessibility teams that yielded a sharp rise in hate speech and the chaotic launch of a paid “verification” feature that seemed to make it easier to propagate misinformation. With the end of its COVID-19 misinformation policy, Twitter has become a more difficult place to find reliable health news. So we’ve put together a running list of public health and health-related blogs, newsletters, social media accounts, and podcasts to help you stay informed.