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Tip: Google has announced that they are going to start a new service this year that will allow you to automatically import information from a wide variety of sources like doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, clinics and other health related groups. It could certainly be something useful, if you know what to do with
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Google has announced that they are going to start a new service this year that will allow you to automatically import information from a wide variety of sources like doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, clinics and other health related groups. It could certainly be something useful, if you know what to do with the information.

Google says its service distinguishes itself by its ability to allow users to automatically import information from a wide variety of sources—doctors, hospitals, pharmacies, clinics and other health-related groups.

The company announced a list of partnerships, including Longs Drug Stores Inc., Walgreen Co., Stanford University's Lucile Packard Children's Hospital, the American Heart Association, the American Medical Association and Quest Diagnostics Inc., a national laboratory chain.

No one is sure if this service will be free or not, but it is something to check out. In the meantime, there are many free resources on the Internet to help you research and understand your health issues:

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