The Dogter is in


I'd like you to meet someone special I work with. She's become an integral part of my practice lately. I call her The Dogter or Dr. Dog. Some of my patients have held her while they get shots or blood draws. She was a gift from a little cousin and I can't believe I've l waited so long to put her to good use. She has surgical scrubs on and an x-ray because she's amazing and does all the things. Her soft fur soaks up tears nicely, too. She gets paid in dog biscuits and loves her job. 


Dr. Eaman's Web Search Tips

#1 

Chose websites that end in .gov or .edu first and .org second (MayoClinic.org is a good one). Websites like mine that end in .com are generally just purchased webspace, but an educational organization or governmental organization would likely have more trustworthy & honest information and not just some random person's opinion.

#2

Don't trust news sources for your health information. Check their sources. Oftentimes the media will blow a small irrelevant thing out of proportion to make a good story sell. Go to the original site.

#3

Feel free to crowd source but always remember: everyone is an expert in their own experience, not yours. So when Aunt Tilly says coconut oil cured her psoriasis take it with a little grain of salt. 

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