Sorry for a bit of a rant here, but I think it is very important to make sure that the site from which you share an article to the public does not represent extreme or antiscience views on other topics even if the referred article does not include such issues. Today's posting on FB shared a diet article--that is nice enough--but the sidebar on the site to which I was sent to read the full article included antivax and anticlimate articles. I know we are not commenting on those topics here, and indeed on this forum given the excellent admins and thoughtful commentary we can tolerate more divergent views, but I got uncomfortable with the fb site referral. there is implied approval of a source when you refer someone to it for an article. If people trust your opinion they carry that trust over to the referred source. The other agendas of the source are given subtle implied support in the reader's mind, even if you only meant them to review the one article, and did not mention anything else. I do not want us to be associated with "debunked' science in a public forum. Please feel free to move this post, or correct me if I have really misunderstood things. Thanks for all the hard work folks do to inform, educate and help one another in this forum and elsewhere.