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Your Doctor Vs Dr. Google: And The Winner Is...

In this day and age, many of us start with an online search when we get sick. In fact, at least one third of persons living in the U.S. now routinely use symptom checkers for both routine and urgent conditions including chest pain. In an era when time is a premium, [...]
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