In our ad-driven, data-sucking digital universe, why would your WebMD visits be any different?
The types of information advertisers learn about are physical symptoms you could be experiencing, women’s health information like menstruation or pregnancy, or prescriptions you’re taking.
But, are your Google searches really in the same category as the health information gathered by your doctor?
“We don’t want websites sharing people’s personal health information with us — it’s a violation of our rules, and we enforce against sites we find doing this.
Mashable has reached out to health websites including WebMD and Healthline about this particular conundrum, and will update this story when and if we hear back.

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