The Era Of On-line Medical Uncensored Information

The Era Of On-line Medical Uncensored Information

We are fortunate enough to live in an era of medical online information, but is it really helpful? How do you verify the information is valid or written by an expert in the field? Do you trust or follow everything you read? Do you find contradicting information during your searches? Let me just be honest with you. As a practicing triple board certified physician, I feel that a good portion of the information posted on-line lacks validity and is anecdotal perspective of one person or an opinion. At times it feels like entering the medical information jungle. This is why, I have decided to start this blog post, so as to deliver evidence based medical information via a peer review process. Welcome to my blog post.

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