My thesis dealt with Ynet and NRG health reporting, and soon enough (September) the journal Meidaat (Hebrew, unfortunately) is about to publish a paper based on said thesis. These labels are more than appropriate...
Most of the papers reported (two-thirds in Ynet, three-quarters in NRG) did appear in a peer-review journal, but I doubt the "journalists" actually read them.
My favorite finding of all times was a sentence with a word misspelled in a hospital press release that appeared, intact, in a Ynet article. Invest in a good spell checker (and in good science reporting...). It was one of those researches that *didn't* come from a peer-reviewed journal.