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Factual Reporting: LOW


Ihealthtube does not have an about page, however on their homepage they explain “ is a free educational resource, that delivers hard to find information on natural and alternative treatments.” A Whois search reveals the domain was purchased in 2007.

Funded by / Ownership

Ownership is not disclosed, however the domain is registered to Scott Peters of Fargo, North Dakota. The website is funded through donations and online advertising.

Analysis / Bias

In review, iHealthtube is a Youtube channel and website that primarily publishes alternative medicine pseudoscience and a moderate amount of conspiracies. iHealthtube promotes miracle natural cures for cancer, anti-vaccination propaganda and a fair amount of big pharma and GMO conspiracies.

Overall, this is simply an unreliable source for credible medical and scientific information. (D. Van Zandt 10/8/2017) Updated (6/22/2018)


Conspiracy Level: iHealthtube
Pseudoscience Level: iHealthtube




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