"The Internet is full of millions of the websites, and you have no idea of the quality of the health information presented. There are ways to evaluate whether this is something trustworthy for a decision on your health or for treating a patient." Julia Whelan
Julia Whelan is a friend and a colleague of mine that I have been collaborating with for many years. She is a medical librarian interested in the area of natural medicines.
Julia guides me over the years on how to look for good sources of web information. And in this episodes she talks about ways of becoming a more savvy information seeker.
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I'm a college professor, drug information pharmacist and herbalist. I teach young professionals and students how to be less stressed and more focused with the right herbs and food.