IMPORTANT! Before putting to personal use any health advice you find on the web, discuss it thoroughly with your health care provider.
The editors of the Journal of the American Medical Association suggest asking the following questions to help decide if information on a Web site is credible:
Some of the most reliable Web sites are those sponsored by major medical associations, hospitals, universities, or the government.
The Food and Drug Administration gives tips on how to
determine whether a health or medicine web site is accurate and authentic. Use
their advice to make sure you don't get false information that could actually be
detrimental to your health. Visit http://www.fda.gov/fdac/features/596_info.html
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