Searching for health information is one of the top things people
do on the World Wide Web. Some want more information than they
can get from their doctor or nurse. Others want to investigate a
symptom, find a new doctor, or track down a new treatment. If you
are new to this, the vast amount of information on the Web can be
like drinking from a fire hose. Harvard Heart Letter
editor Patrick Skerrett demonstrates some good places to start.
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