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Rather than attempting to dissuade googling altogether, medical professionals could improve healthcare by guiding their patients' focus towards finding more reliable information.
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We all have bad days. It's just that in our first-world lives a typical 'bad day' is less about life and death, and more about inconvenience, machines not working and awkward interactions.
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We're all guilty of using inaccurate language every day. We still "hang up" our mobile phones, even though it's a finger swipe or button press and not the satisfying clang of a receiver to its cradle. We still call it an "SMS" (Short Message Service), even though it could be 140 words instead of characters now. And we wouldn't arch an eyebrow if someone wanted to watch a "film".
Teenagers are great cultural milestones. Through them, we can see how technology and other trends have changed over the years. Take the example of an early morning rush for the bus...