Over and over, I read in posts: “Do your research”. I’m wondering how people do their research? Obviously, the internet is a huge resource. But, it seems to me that you can find information on the internet to support just about any position. The dangers and the miracle nature of herbs, SSRI’s, detoxification, Marshall Protocol, Guai protocol or any other route you choose to investigate. The FDA, CDC and NIH all seem to be good sources for traditional, although conservative, information. But I’ve seen people put them down, too. Certain other websites seem to supply good info: WebMD, DrugDigest, Mayo Clinic. Clearly, any place that is selling a product is going to toot their own horn about how great their products are. There is a self-serving interest there that makes those sources somewhat questionable. On the other hand, many times they do have good articles. Reliable source? Or just trying to sell you something? There are also doctors, chiropractors, books, magazines, this message board, word-of-mouth (friends, neighbors, co-workers, people you meet in the doctor office waiting room…..), and the list goes on. So the question is: Who do you trust?