Homerun | Jan 13, 2014 | 5:21

Is it OK for doctors to Google their patients?

You hear about patients "Googling" their doctors. But you don't usually hear about doctors "Googling" their patients! Homerun's house doctor Brian Goldman tells Sue Smith why the tables are turning.

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