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Because we’ll only find a legitimate diagnosis 34% of the time. The rest is bogus information. That’s according to a study of popular medical sites by Harvard researchers. However, the two websites that performed the best in their study – and gave correct information most often were: MayoClinic.org and Symptify.com. So go ahead and check those sites – but it’s always best to see your doctor for a solid diagnosis.