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To find online medical information to match your symptoms, go to any medical website that offers a diagnostic tool called a symptom checker. Three sites are WebMd.com, MayoClinic.org and HealthLine.com. Although symptom ... More »

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Online medical information symptom checkers are best used as a rough guide and not a definitive source of diagnoses, as Cutler PR warns. This is because these checkers do not incorporate certain essential factors, such a... More »

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Free medical information is available from online resources such as WebMD, Mayo Clinic and Healthline. These resources focus on providing users with current and accurate medical information, according to their respective... More »

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While online medical tests may give you some information about various conditions, they should not be used alone as a diagnostic tool, according to the U.S. National Library of Medicine. It is the recommendation of USA.g... More »

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An online symptom checker is available at WebMD. However, this informational tool is not a substitute for a professional diagnosis. Users should still consult a doctor if they suspect they may have a medical condition, c... More »

www.reference.com Health Diagnostics & Imaging

Individuals can check medical symptoms online by using a symptom checker, such as the one provided by WebMD. A symptom checker collects information about the symptoms and the individual, and provides details about the sy... More »

www.reference.com Health Diagnostics & Imaging

An online symptom checker is an informational tool and not a replacement for a diagnosis from a doctor, states WebMD. However, people consult an online symptom checker to discover what medical conditions correspond to a ... More »

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