Published on in Vol 18, No 4 (2016): April

Crowdsourcing and the Accuracy of Online Information Regarding Weight Gain in Pregnancy: A Descriptive Study

Crowdsourcing and the Accuracy of Online Information Regarding Weight Gain in Pregnancy: A Descriptive Study

Crowdsourcing and the Accuracy of Online Information Regarding Weight Gain in Pregnancy: A Descriptive Study

Journals

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  7. Pandya L, Hudson C, Lynch C, Nekkanti S, Smith P, Hundley A. Evaluating the Quality and Readability of Online Resources for Labiaplasty. Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery 2021;27(1):63 View