How do you know what health information is reliable?

How do you know what health information is reliable?

Pediatricians need to learn to listen to parents and take their insights and intuition seriously. Doctors in general need to learn to listen to patients and to take their insights seriously. So does the healthcare system.

You might be interested in e-Patient Dave’s blog post and discussion about Medpedia happening over at e-patients.net. James Currier, a Medpedia founder, has stopped by to answer to some criticisms. And please weigh in if you have thoughts on this. It’s getting a lot of buzz.

Medpedia: Who gets to say what info is reliable?

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Dr. Greene is the founder of DrGreene.com (cited by the AMA as “the pioneer physician Web site”), a practicing pediatrician, father of four, & author of Raising Baby Green & Feeding Baby Green. He appears frequently in the media including such venues as the The New York Times, the TODAY Show, Good Morning America, & the Dr. Oz Show.

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