Throwback Thursday: Most Googled health-related questions of 2017 answered
Can you imagine life without Google? How else would you find out ‘what causes hiccups’ – one of the most searched health-related questions of 2017.
Well, caregivers at HCA Healthcare affiliate Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center (P/SL) in Denver can help. They tackled the most popular health questions by Internet users in 2017.
According to CNN, these are the top-10 questions you most wanted answers for last year.
- What is lupus? (check here, too)
- What is ADHD?
- What causes high blood pressure?
- How to lower cholesterol?
- What is normal blood pressure?
- How long does the flu last?
- Why am I so tired?
- What causes kidney stones?
- How to stop snoring?
- What causes hiccups?
Thanks to P/SL physicians Sam Aznaurov, MD; Lela Mansoori, MD; Scott Bentz, MD; Scott Joy, MD; Nel Gerig, MD; David Opperman, MD; Eric Liu, MD and Dustin Shaver, PsyD for answering 2017’s most popular health-related questions below.
At HCA Healthcare, care teams across the country are available to answer your and your loved ones most pressing health questions, whether they made the top-ten list or not.
Presbyterian/St. Luke’s Medical Center is part of the HealthONE network of hospitals in Denver. It is also an HCA Healthcare affiliate.
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