The Internet can be a great source of health information. 
Here are some guidelines for finding dependable, accurate health information on the Internet:

  • Beware of websites that offer a cure-all or quick fix - if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is. 
  • Use caution with websites that try to sell you something.
  • Use caution with recommendations that are not based on scientific studies.
  • Look at different sites and try to seek a consensus of opinion.
  • Look at the source of the information and try to stick to those that come from a government agency, a university, or a health professional organization.

The Internet should be used for information purposes only and should never be a substitute for a consultation with a health care provider. If you have any health concerns please see your family doctor or visit us at Langara College Student Health Services.


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