3 Little Headlines, 3 Different Recommendations – WSJ vs. AP vs. NYT

The 3 little headlines from today’s New York Times, Associated Press and Wall Street Journal reflect the alternative realities of these national journalism leaders.  In looking at these headlines you’d think their editors are from three different planets!

The New York Times headline in print:

“Extra Vitamin D and Calcium aren’t necessary, Report Says”

Associated Press

“Study Suggests (a little) more vitaming D”

The Wall Street Journal

“Triple That Vitamin D Intake, Panel Prescribes”

Here’s a copy of two of these stories from their online versions:

New York Times on Vitamin D
New York Times on Vitamin D

Here’s the story from the Wall Street Journal:

WSJ Triple Vitamin D Intake

I started with the WSJ thinking I needed to start taking a vitamin D supplement, then read the New York Times and thought it wasn’t necessary and ended up reading the Associated Press story in The Wisconsin State Journal only to come up with yet another opinion.

The mainstream media was a little lame on this one…


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1 thought on “3 Little Headlines, 3 Different Recommendations – WSJ vs. AP vs. NYT

  1. It’s not uncommon for people who live in the northern states to be Vitamin D deficient. I would recommend *everyone* get their Vitamin D level check by their doctor.

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