We know that people by nature people are sometimes over curious when it comes to the symptoms of a health problem, and if we add to that "Google" as a place where they can read all kinds of things about their current state of health, a big problem arises.
“The problem is, the internet might make you think that a common cold is a bacterial infection (it's a virus, which won't respond to antibiotics), that a migraine is a brain tumour or an aneurysm and that an abdominal cramp is appendicitis,” writes CNET.com
Google is often our first step to diagnose a health problem, and in more cases than not this isn’t a clever step. Doctors often remark that patients are visiting them after self-diagnosing on Google.
And the employees of a health centre in Belgrade, after they probably got tired of dealing with individual patients who search for their symptoms first on "Google", published a humorous message that soon became viral on the Internet.
"Patients who have already found a diagnosis on "Google" are requested not to seek a second opinion from us, but from "Yahoo", was written on the message board in the health centre waiting room.