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The Hits and Misses of Resources in Medicine and Health Sciences
by Danielle Loftus - Last Updated Jul 24, 2014
While Google is a great tool for finding restaurants and for planning your vacation, you might think twice before you treat patients with information from Google. Here's a tip sheet that shows the pros and cons of different resources.
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