You might learn something on Wikipedia, if you don't fall asleep first.
A new study finds the online, user-generated encyclopedia is more accurate than some previous reports have suggested. But boy, is it boring.
Researchers found that cancer information on Wikipedia was similar in accuracy and depth to the information on a professionally peer-reviewed, patient-oriented cancer web site, the National Cancer Institute's Physician Data Query (PDQ). But the latter was written in plainer English