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HealthWeb Navigator

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In 2014, Dr. Mark A. Kelley, a faculty member of Harvard Medical School, developed the idea for HealthWeb Navigator while serving as a Harvard Advanced Leadership fellow. Partnering with NeedyMeds in 2016, HealthWeb Navigator has since published hundreds of website reviews. Today, HealthWeb Navigator is launching the full version of its collection of health website …

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Which Health Websites Can I Trust? The Devil is In the Details

You wake up with a splitting headache and numb hands and feet. Your first move  —  assuming these symptoms aren’t tequila-related  —  is probably to consult Dr. Google. Here’s a sample of the top ten pages for “headache numb hands feet”: You could have vitamin B12 deficiency, migraines, nerve damage, meningitis, Guillain-Barre syndrome, Bell’s palsy, …

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Introducing HealthWeb Navigator

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This blog originally appeared on HealthWeb Navigator, a new site by NeedyMeds.  It has reviews of health-related websites to help you find the best, most medically reliable information. You can see the beta version of HealthWeb Navigator at www.healthwebnav.org.   What is HealthWeb Navigator and How Does It Work?   HealthWeb Navigator (HWN) directs you …

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