Dr. Google Is Real –
Releases Advice From
“Dr. Google, I need health advice!” Everybody has done it – turned to Google
when experiencing something that’s not quite right with his or her health. Got a
mysterious pain in the big toe? A weird tingle in the leg? A cough that won’t go
Googling health symptoms and
visiting the top few search results
pages can be dangerous if you
happen to stumble upon a site with
dubious health advice.
The good news is that Dr. Google is now a reality at
yourhealthmagazine.net, which features quality medical advice from top-
rated Maryland and Northern Virginia doctors.
This site features thousands of health articles directly
from doctors in the Washington DC area, with
information on a range of topics, including primary
care, dermatology, cosmetic surgery, women’s and
men’s health, pediatrics, the latest COVID-19
updates, assisted living, and more.
Some of the most common health questions asked of Dr.
Google are based in basic health, for instance how one can
lower their blood pressure.
Primary care physicians, cardiologists, and
other specialists on this site offer a myriad
of advice on this topic, such as tips on the
best lifestyle changes to make, natural
remedies that might help, as well as diet
and exercise tips.
Another common reason people turn to Dr. Google is to find out information about
kidney stones. On this site urologists offer helpful advice with articles listing the top
causes of kidney stones, and tips on preventing the most common types.
Another of the most popular queries on Dr.
Google is “what is HPV?” Physicians have
wrote articles on the site explaining what HPV
is, how it is transmitted, the types of cancer it
can cause, and vaccines available to prevent
Just about everybody wants to lose a few inches, or more, around his or her
waist, so of course other popular Dr. Google searches involve questions like
“how many calories should I eat per day to lose weight” and “what is keto?”
Hundreds of weight loss, diet, nutri