Top 10 clinical searches on GPonline.com by GPs

We gather the 10 most-searched keywords for clinical areas amongst GPs on GPonline.com in the past year

GPonline.com gathers the list of the 10 most-searched keywords for clinical areas amongst GPs on the website between August 2009 and August 2010.

Top 10 clinical searches on GPonline (by general practitioners)
1. Obesity
2.

Psoriasis

3.

Diabetes

4

Headache

5.

Migraine

6.

Osteoarthritis

7. Osteoporosis
8. Dementia
9.

Infertility

10. Swine flu

Source: GPonline.com – 01 August 2009 to 01 August 2010 

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