It is best to go to the experts for expert advice. That is why we recommend using peer-reviewed scholarly articles for your research projects.
Q: What does "peer-reviewed" mean?
A: When an article is sent out to other experts in the field (peers) for review, and those experts agree that the article is worth publishing, then that is a peer-reviewed article. It is held to a higher standard and is more reliable than opinion or advice articles. It is not a guarantee of accuracy or lack of bias.