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The Internet is becoming an important source of health information; however, unverified health rumours may be included in health‐related search results. There is a critical need to provide health information seekers with methods that are specifically geared towards the identification of the authenticity of health rumours.
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Keywords: Internet; health information needs; information seeking behaviour; patient information

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: September 1, 2015

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