You know those commercials for the new wonder-drug? Half of the commercial is about all the problems that might happen if you were to take the pill. No doubt, you should always be thinking about who is telling you the information. Are they trying to sell you something? Do they really care about your well-being? Most importantly, are they actually doctors, and do they know what they are talking about?
If there’s something affecting you personally, always consult your doctor for medical advice. If you’re doing a research paper on a topic, don’t look like a fool by referring to random websites. Go to trustworthy medical sources, written by pros. Here’s a few places to get started:
Health and Wellness Center gives you three pretty awesome options: search, browse, or get a list of trustworthy links.
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