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http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/06/02/teenagers-seek-health-information-online-but-dont-always-trust-it/?em_pos=small&emc=edit_hh_20150602&nl=health&nlid=55207111&ref=headline&_r=0

Four out of five teenagers turn to the Internet for health information, but they donít always put much stock in what they find, according to a national survey released on Tuesday.  The source they really trust with questions about health? Surprise: their parents.
Susan A. Bloomfield, MLS, AHIP
Health Sciences Librarian
Southern Maine Health Care
PO Box 626; One Medical Center Drive
Biddeford, ME  04005
Phone: 207-283-7289
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