On July 2, 2019, Facebook announced that it has taken steps to limit the reach of posts promoting medical misinformation. The company now actively reduces ranking updates to posts with what it believes to be exaggerated or sensational health claims, and to posts attempting to sell products or services based on health-related claims. The goal is to minimize low-quality health content on Facebook. To minimize the reach of posts that may include medical misinformation, Facebook identifies phrases commonly used in such posts, which do not tend to appear in posts containing accurate information on the topic in question . . .