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[Reblog] Translate medical jargon on any web page!

From the post by Dr. Bertalan Meskó on December 21, 2014

I just came across a very interesting website Iodine.com where you can install a Google Chrome pluginwhich automatically translates medical jargon into more common expressions on any website. For example, while reading an article it turns words such as epistaxis into nosebleed.

It can also give you crowdsourced data and experience about drugs and drug interactions.

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January 20, 2015 - Posted by | Health Education (General Public) |

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