Do-It-Yourself Diagnosis on the Web
On a typical day, about eight million people type "back pain," "migraine," or some other medical symptom into a search engine. Increasingly, the Web is the first stop for health-related information. Guests talk about so-called "cyber-chondriacs" and how the Internet has changed doctor-patient dynamics.
Susannah Fox, associate director at the Pew Internet & American Life Project
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