Talk:What's the harm

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The problem is[edit]

There is 'expressing sympathy/encouraging people to try something new/advertising' and similar - which may have neutral-to-positive intents and results (if you have a cold 'hot lemon and ginger with some sugar' may have some benefit and at least you feel you are doing something; and 'at least you have tried TV program X and it does not appeal to you if you are asked about it') and then there is 'the obvious woo and worse' - but the problem arises with the fuzzy middle area, where things sound plausible/there is some independent evidence of the statements being at least partially correct. The second problem is - the fuzzy middle ground and 'the negative field' differ from person to person. 86.191.20.133 (talk) 10:25, 18 August 2017 (UTC)