How to tell when online medical advice is bogus

Dr. Nina Shapiro has some thoughts about your WebMD habit.

“Now, I like it when patients challenge me,” the pediatric head-and-neck surgeon tells The Post. “But it’s a little bit of a pet peeve [of mine] when patients say, ‘I’ve done my research,’” because they’ve almost always done it wrong. Worse, these “researchers” tend to arrive with a self-diagnosis and a treatment plan…

read the full article @ »



to Dr. Nina Shapiro's latest news
First Name
Last Name
Email address
Secure and Spam free...