An investigation of Cyberchondria in ‘The Age of Risk’
The importance of this paper arises in light of the increasing frequency for consumers to approach online sources about symptoms of illness, a process that has previously been described as 'Cyberchondria'. Critics are increasingly questioning the quality of interactive health information i...
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