Studying Pandemic Literature

| By Jennifer Stock, Sr. Content Developer | As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the world, many people looked to the past to try to make sense of how this disease has affected us and how our predecessors made it through similarly difficult times. In the earliest months of 2020, numerous media outlets ran stories … Read more

Authoritative Medical Information that Makes House Calls

Posted on June 21, 2016

According to Scientific American, three of the top five Google “What is…?” searches in 2014 were health-related searches – continuing a longstanding trend of medical issues topping Internet inquiries. People want health information. And they want it immediately, from home, on the go, in the office, or wherever they are.

The Internet is a tempting and quick source of information – and also a rich source of misinformation. Without authoritative information, people in your community are susceptible to falling prey to bad medical practices. Or overwhelmed by inaccessible terms that confuse more than enlighten.

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