Google new update to help figure Out Medical Symptoms

In this modern world everybody is busy, running as fast as they can in the hope of having better living standard for them and their family. But, with this schedule and work tension we do not get time to look at our health which is wrong because as per old saying ‘health is wealth’. Even, if we have some physical trouble we open the Google search and try to find it let’s say you are having headache and you typed it in the search bar and gets the result. But, again that information comes from various different sources with all the complicated medical terms and put us in more stress.

So, as per the Google official blog to help us with it Google has come out with a new update to help you figure out Medical Symptoms. You need to just type your symptom like “headache on one side”, and the result will be displayed with a list of related conditions. The list of symptoms has been created by looking for health conditions mentioned in web results, and then checking them against high-quality medical information that has been collected medical doctors and experts at Harvard Medical School and Mayo Clinic.

Google says, “Symptom search (like all medical information on Google) is intended for informational purposes only, and you should always consult a doctor for medical advice. We rely on search results, and we reflect what’s on the web. Because of this, your feedback is especially important to us; we’ll use it to keep improving the results we show. You’ll notice in the weeks following launch that when we show symptom search we’ll automatically ask you if the results are helpful.”

Google confirmed that this update will be available mobile users in next few days and it will be a global update with service extended to other languages as well. We are living in an age where Google knows us better than our family or friends do and it has always something that help us .

Let us know your thoughts on this latest update.

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Ranjit Ranjan

A workaholic. Most of the time, you will find me spending time on my laptop trying to learn new things. And rest of the time you will find me in Office.

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