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PUH 101 -- Introduction to Public Health (Spring 2019): Surfing the Internet

Surfing the Internet

Internet Search Tips

Many consumers will get their first information about a public health issue from Google. Searching Google for your topic can give you a general idea about how your topic is presented to the public.

Consider using Google Scholar. A Google Scholar search eliminates the advertising and commercial sites and helps you locate scholarly items.