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Sandeep Bohra Feb 26
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This link seems quite relevant.
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Dr Pooja Tripathi Feb 27
Where tells you how to counter fake news.
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Neha Sharma Mar 10
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rashi mital Feb 26
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In family. With friends. The first source is always through a human. Uske baad it's google, if required.
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Geethica Feb 26
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It's Google
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Leha Divakar Feb 18
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Earlier Google used to be my best friend, now it's someone I trust I ask such questions to. I get a few opinions before deciding anything. Also, I listen to my body. I don't blindly follow things
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Sudip Feb 27
Combating the menace of fake news
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Leha Divakar Feb 26
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Google, my intuition, someone close, someone who has first hand experience
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Pratibha {Pratsmusings} Feb 26
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Sudip Feb 2
Yes, Combiflam is safe to consume! Read more and be assured. via
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Tina Basu Mar 12
Combiflam is safe to consume and here's why! via
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Dr Pooja Tripathi Feb 20
In the era of fake whatsapp forwards, an attempt to around combiflam
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Atulmaharaj Feb 26
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True. Be it Blogging, Legal or Medicine. Inputs from SMEs are always valuable.
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Vikas Agarwal Feb 26
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Hi I don't trust google search in case of Health topics, so I consult a doctor friend. for Politics related topics i trust Altnews.
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Primal Survivor Feb 26
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for generic news I rely on Google & other search engines , discuss with colleagues since I am a medico for medical issues I rely on experience , instincts & medical journals
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Sudip Feb 26
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Experts. For fact checking, it's better to approach the experts. Social Media ??? A BIG NO
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Srishti Rajeev Feb 18
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Ideally when you Google, Don't click on anything the appears... Go through the websites and not the title that you read. You can rely on the website that has the name of a reliable doctor or a hospital. Internet is helpful, observe carefully.
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Suchita Agarwal Feb 18
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If you notice, no matter what you Google, the answer is always cancer 😒 I always look at the source of information. If its reliable, then good. If not, I check 2-3 places before giving it any credibility Otherwise, what Dr. House says:
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rashi mital Feb 26
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In fact, for health topics, google is a big No for consulting, even if it is for common cold. Google is extremely scary.
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Sandeep Bohra Feb 18
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It is always better not to take any risks when the health is the main concern. Better to seek consultation from professionals or if the professional consultation is too expensive, then at least take a second opinion from trustworthy friends/chemists.
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