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Online Information About Fibromyalgia Is Inconsistent, Incomplete, Misinterpreted, Study Finds
Saturday 16 March 2019
Online Information About Fibromyalgia is Inconsistent, Incomplete, Misinterpreted, Study Finds
Most information about fibromyalgia available on the internet is incomplete and may be difficult to understand for laypersons, especially as it relates to symptoms, causes, associated conditions, and treatments, a research study reveals.
Websites developed by non-profit organizations are the ones that provide the most complete information, researchers found.
These findings were described in a report, “Accuracy, completeness and accessibility of online information on fibromyalgia,” published in the journal Rheumatology International.
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