Making Use of the Web Health and Fitness More than 70 percent of Internet users search online for health information, and their most commonly researched topics are specific diseases or conditions, treatments and procedures, and doctors or other health professionals. One-half of these online diagnosticians say that the information they found for themselves or someone else led them to seek medical attention. Fitness websites and apps can provide guidance and motivation for all fitness levels and lifestyles.Expert advice is offered for designing customized workout routines, maintaining a nutritious diet, and buying equipment. Other features include downloadable MP3 workouts, videos demonstrating correct exercise techniques, and the ability to locate a virtual supportive workout buddy. Users often can set goals and then track their performance and overall progress with logs and detailed graphs. Research This: (a) Visit WebMD and two other health websites and describe the features of each. Which of the three is the most user-friendly? Why? Search for the difference between the flu and a cold. Describe the symptoms of each and the recommended foods to eat when you are suffering from either ailment. (b) Visit WebMD and two fitness websites. What similar features do these websites have, such as fitness tools, effective exercises, and food planners? Which website is the easiest to navigate? Why? Which articles, planners, and tools would you use to start or continue your fitness routines?