Google's "May Treat" Added To Medical Knowledge Graph Queries

Feb 8, 2016 - 7:58 am 0 by
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Dr. Pete Meyers shared on Twitter that Google may have recently added a "may treat" section to some medical queries. The example he shared was a search for [dulcolax], which is very relevant based on the Super Bowl commercials from last night.

There is a box on the right side where it now adds "May Treat" and that links to a condition that shows more Google medical knowledge on click.

Here is a picture:

Google Health May Treat Crop

Pete Meyer stated the obvious:

Forum discussion at Twitter.

 

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