Last updated on September 22nd, 2020 at 04:16 pm
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- Overall, we rate Faith Panda a Moderate Pseudoscience website for the promotion of miracle cures.
Factual Reporting: MIXED
World Press Freedom Index: Kenya 96/180
Founded in 2016 and based in Kenya “Faith Panda is a media startup that was created for the sole purpose of sharing inspirational and captivating stories around the world.” This website does have a medical dislcaimer that recommends consulting a doctor in lieu of their medical advice. The domain is registered to Jack Panaito.
Funded by / Ownership
Faith Panda does not disclose ownership on the website, however, the domain is registered to Jack Panaito. Faith Panda is funded through online advertising.
Analysis / Bias
In review, Faith Panda is a health and homeopathic news blog that occasionally promotes pseudoscience. Many articles detail miracle cures through foods and incredible preventative properties that are not supported by science. They also have stories of miracle cures through prayer. Faith Panda spreads fear of GMOs that is not supported by the consensus of scientists. While there are many articles that contain sound information, such as advocating for vaccinating children, there are many more that are not scientifically based.
Overall, we rate Faith Panda a Moderate Pseudoscience website for the promotion of miracle cures. (D. Van Zandt 8/2/2017) Updated (12/15/2018)