There isn’t always an app for health

KEY TAKEAWAY: Personal anecdotes of experiences with a particular drug or other form of treatment may have little relevance to whether that treatment fits another person . The truth is that some patients delay health care for too long, or opt out of evidence-based treatment in favor of something of dubious benefit that’s talked about in social media or other, less than credible, website.  Apps and the Internet are no substitute for a trained medical professional. Continue reading