Narrow Down Search to Get the Best Medical Information Online
With the advent of Internet, there has been a lot changed, and now people try to extract as much information as possible about their health issues before visiting a doctor instead. It has been claimed in a Pew Research Center study that one in three Americans has tried to search more about the symptoms they have experienced, on search engines, last year.
With flu season running, it is strongly believed that one must logically try to find more about his related health information. While there is no replacement to a doctor, it is believed that there are proper ways to get the information from overloaded space of internet.
Instead of jumping on any random site, users must nail down the best source in order to get latest and reliable information. Among all, MedlinePlus, a website at http :// www. nlm. nih. gov/ medlineplus, has been suggested by doctors, which would be able to provide all the necessary information about diseases, drugs and supplements.
In addition, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website at http :// www. cdc .gov and the American Academy of Pediatrics' website at http :// www. HealthyChildren .org are also recommended.
Nonetheless, it's always recommended that one must narrow down their search terms to get into the right sites, thereby getting the deserving benefit out from the vast space of cluttered information.
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