Big Pond Health is everything you'd expect from a Telstra-backed medical information site — it's glossy, it's loaded with multimedia content that doesn't count against caps for Big Pond customers, and it's even more loaded with disclaimers pointing out that "we do not give advice on your individual medical condition". But while it's easy to bring the snark, it's good to have an Australian-centric health information site (run in conjunction with the slightly creepy-sounding Virtual Medical Centre), given that the vast majority of information out there is aimed squarely at pill-popping Yanks. Indeed, much of the content seems designed for doctors, but that makes it seem more authoritative than the musings of Amber from Alabama.
Big Pond Health Is A Handy Resource For Aussie Hypochondriacs
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