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Dr Pooja Tripathi 18 Feb 19
I always get patients who come with a Google search of symptoms and the most difficult part is explaining them that they can get what to take from net but not' what not to take' there lies the difference
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Atulmaharaj 26 Feb 19
Like I always say, don't just believe anything you see or hear or receive. Verify from the horse's mouth before assuming anything. Hoping for tensions to ease out soon.
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Dr Pooja Tripathi 20 Feb 19
In the era of fake whatsapp forwards, an attempt to around combiflam
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Pratibha {Pratsmusings} 26 Feb 19
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Sudipp Saaha🛡️#StayAtHome 27 Feb 19
Combating the menace of fake news
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Blogchatter® 11 Mar 19
Before the Internet it were newspapers, magazines, TV. After the Internet it is social media, Google, news sites, and even WhatsApp. Which makes it difficult to separate the true news from the fake news circulating. Read more here:
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Blogchatter® 12 Mar 19
As educated individuals it is our responsibility to separate the fractions of fake news from the actual and true incident, says on Read her post here:
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Dr Pooja Tripathi 27 Feb 19
Where tells you how to counter fake news.
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richa singh 18 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
Mostly I scared how many medicines get banned as per Google and whatsapp. Which is unreal since I find them all in my nearby pharmacy 🤣 Alternate universe is what Online Health speak becomes at times.
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Sudip 2 Feb 19
Yes, Combiflam is safe to consume! Read more and be assured. via
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rashi mital 18 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
I never begin with Google. Discuss it with people I know, then I read online. I first reflect on my knowledge on such news and then check outside.
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Tina Basu 12 Mar 19
Combiflam is safe to consume and here's why! via @TheSudipSaha
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Neha Sharma 10 Mar 19
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Atulmaharaj 27 Feb 19
Combating the menace of fake news - there's a thin line between Fake and Fact. Always ensure to before acting on anything you receive in your inbox. Here's a wonderful article summarizing the best practices 👍🏼 via
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Sandeep Bohra 26 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
This link seems quite relevant.
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Sudip 10 Feb 19
Combiflam is safe to consume – yes, I’ve checked the facts - Tina Basu - via
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rashi mital 26 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
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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rashi mital 26 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
In family. With friends. The first source is always through a human. Uske baad it's google, if required.
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Leha ✨ 18 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
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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Atulmaharaj 26 Feb 19
Replying to @blogchatter
True. Be it Blogging, Legal or Medicine. Inputs from SMEs are always valuable.
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