A new study shows that 35 percent of Americans report diagnosing themselves or family members online. But if your last web search shows you have Gaucher disease, can you believe the information you’re getting? What can you do to avoid a self-misdiagnosis? Follow these tips to use the Internet responsibly when searching for medical conditions.
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