healthWe use Google every time we have a question about anything, but some searches are better than others. Adding details helps.

Compare the search for “Paleo diet,” with the search on “Paleo risks.” Without the word “risks,” you get a lot of promotional sites. Search onĀ  “gluten-free risks,” not “gluten free,” to get the full picture. Adding the word “myth” can also help when searching on health topics, such as “myths of soy.” Sometimes we add the words “side effects” or “dangers.” If something sounds like an urban legend, we copy and paste the whole phrase into It’s often revealed as a hoax.

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