Thu, 02 Aug 2012 6:17p.m.
A new study has found many parents rely on Google for health advice for their babies – but too often that information is wrong.
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12/08/2012 7:15:53 p.m.
Theres always the 0800 healthline which is great for info as you speak to a nurse free and they can guide you as to what is correct.
3/08/2012 4:56:28 p.m.
Maybe this is because we have to now pay for doctors i have 4 children and with the older two now 12 and 8 i didnt have a problem with taking them to the doctor as it was free and i wanted to be safe than sorry, i now have a 3 month and everytime i take her to the doctor i have to pay $16 so i do goggle it first,to check if it is serious or not.
3/08/2012 8:18:02 a.m.
Anyone that uses information on the internet is a fool. Anyone can make a website and put anything they like on it. If I wanted to I could set up one saying the colour red cures cancer and a square can prevent cot death.
There is no difference between fact and fiction on the internet.
@renee if you were curious enough to search on the internet for answers, you knew in the back of your mind there could be something wrong. Next time use your mothers intuition and GO TO THE DOCTOR, instead of relying on the internet and books to provide the answers.
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