Do you think the government is hiding information about cell phones causing cancer or is stopping people from using natural cures?
If so, a new study shows that you are probably not alone.
University of Chicago researchers surveyed over 1,300 adults about popular medical conspiracy theories.
Thirty-seven percent fully agreed that U.S. regulators are restricting access to alternative medicines, while 20-percent believed routine vaccinations cause autism.
Experts say people may believe in conspiracy theories because they are easier to understand than complicated medical information.