Emotional headlines have an impact regardless of the credibility of the source (HU-Berlin)

"Neurocognitive studies by researchers at the Humboldt-Universit├Ąt zu Berlin (HU) show that headlines with emotional content influence our judgments about other people even when we consider the media source to be untrustworthy."

#Comment: More research by captain obvious. Sadly, this study focuses on "the influence of 'fake news' on the brain", instead of "the influence of 'news' in general (fake or true) as key driver of stress and disorder in the brain."