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Category Archives: Research
There’s a ton of health information on the web. The sheer volume can be overwhelming. Government agencies, health advocacy groups, drug companies, doctors and patients all have websites. It’s a lot of work to sort through and evaluate the glut of information that can be inaccurate, out of date, biased or contradictory. So how do you find information you can trust? Here are some tips to get started.
You’ve probably used the web to find movie times, check the status of a flight, or convert currency. But chances are you’ve been doing it “the long way,” going to a specific website.
You can do all that and more, quickly and easily, by entering appropriate commands into the Google search box. Try these seven time-saving tips.
Google Alerts sent via e-mail are a great way to stay current on any topic.