The editorial chosen for evaluation is The Hysterical Epidemic (Capital, issue 44/7-13 November 2009, p. 16 - 17). It concerns the most popular topic for the last weeks the epidemic of swine flu. The editorial argues that that kind of flu is not as dangerous as it seems.
The Hysterical Epidemic gives us reasons adequate to support the general conclusion that the panic about swine flu is pointless. :
[...] The swine flu presentation in the media shows that the epidemic causes real hysteria in Bulgaria. There are no fallacies in its reasoning, as the editorial provides sufficient information and statistics about the panic. It points out that the Google searches about flu have grown four times compared to November 2008. I don't think any important information or evidence is omitted the editorial is unbiased and gives us information which up-to-date. The article doesn't miss the fact that the vaccines won't stop the epidemic, or the fact that the everyday discussions of the topic are useless. [...]
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