|So you're not feeling too well and you just want to do a little research on the Internet. It's a funny thing with the Internet in that there is just so much out there, the information is more often than not overwhelming. At the time of this writing, you might go to say Yahoo and type in the word "colds" to find out a bit more about your sniffles and low and behold you get 16 site matches and 871 web sites to research. Well we have done some of the work for you and narrowed down your search to a mere half dozen to check out.
What we suggest is "Nothing on the Internet can beat a
visit with your Doctor" and "do not believe everything you
read", even on the web sites we are suggesting here. These are simply
being offered as some of the ones we have found that appear to be of high
quality as information resources.
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