A very popular online memo that has been circulated by frustrated doctors for years is: “Don’t confuse your Google search with my medical school. “I’ve heard it countless times, albeit by a minority of doctors, and it’s always disappointed me. If there is a doctor who is upset, intimidated or frustrated by patients and family members, whom Google searches for and asks questions of, that doctor should carefully examine “his” or “her” internal belief system. Kevin Pho, MD, Kevin®.com was founded in 2004 by Kevin Pho, MD, Kevin®.com and is the leading Internet platform where doctors, advanced practitioners, nurses, medical students and patients share ideas and stories. And while we all know the many disadvantages of our current dependence on the online world, it’s hard for anyone to say it wasn’t a positive network for society. It’s hard to imagine a world without Google and the Internet. I saw a patient who came back online at the same time as the previous one and said, “Don’t confuse your one-hour discussion of my condition with my 20 years of life. “Yes, I remember that Google in the UK, where I studied medicine, became one thing, perhaps in the middle of college. I really like the fact that patients and their families can be well informed and well informed about their state of health. One of the most important ways in which we use the Internet is to make informed health decisions and report on our illnesses. Suneel Dhand is an internist, author and co-founder of DocsDox. For my part, I am always open to questions and challenges about what I say and consider it a natural part of working life. For God’s sake, it’s your lives or the lives of your loved ones that are at stake. It’s also strange to think that most people living today have received most of their education before the Internet. I can’t imagine going back to a world where the doctor’s opinion was absolute and there were few opportunities to teach elsewhere.