Seenso: A Search Engine with Soul










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NIH clinical trial of remdesivir to treat COVID-19
begins
  • National Institute of Health
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    trisomies 16 are also associated with adverse
    pregnancy outcomes
  • Nature
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  • American Heart Association
  • American Lung Association Applauds Surgeon
    General's Report on Smoking Cessation
  • American Lung Association
  • New Cholesterol Drug Approved by FDA
  • Physicians Briefing
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  • Cochrane
  • Mediterranean Diet for One Year Promotes Gut
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  • Science Daily
  • Maternal obesity linked to ADHD and behavioral
    problems in children, NIH study suggests
  • National Institute of Health
  • Some antibiotics prescribed during pregnancy
    linked with birth defects
  • Science Daily
  • New Deep Learning Model Can Accurately Identify
    Sleep Stages
  • Science Daily
  • Little-Known Protein Appears to Play Important
    Role in Obesity and Metabolic Disease
  • Science Daily
  • Sleep linked to language skills in
    neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Science Daily
  • Disease

    Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak
  • World Health Organization
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  • Science Daily
  • Noninvasive, Self-Adhesive Sensor Predicted
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  • Science Daily
  • New Study Associates Intake of Dairy Milk With
    Greater Risk of Breast Cancer
  • Science Daily
  • Study of 418,000 Europeans finds different foods
    linked to different types of stroke
  • Science Daily
  • Moonstruck Chocolate Issues Allergy Alert on
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    Element Bar in Dark Chocolate
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • When an untreated infection leads to heart valve
    disease
  • American Heart Association
  • Androgen receptor variant-driven prostate cancer
    II: advances in clinical investigation
  • Nature
  • Genetic profile may predict chance of type 2
    diabetes among women with gestational diabetes
  • National Institute of Health
  • Specific gut bacteria may be associated with
    pulmonary arterial hypertension
  • Science Daily
  • NIH-funded effort may help people with
    intellectual disability participate in clinical
    studies
  • National Institute of Health
  • Predicting Alzheimer's disease progression
  • National Institue of Aging
  • Drug

    Patients with newly diagnosed chronic
    musculoskeletal pain are prescribed opioids more
    often than recommended
  • Nccih
  • Janssen to Work With HHS on Coronavirus Vaccine,
    Vows to Manufacture It
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Insulin Devicemaker Claims Coronavirus Contributed
    to Bankruptcy
  • U.S. Food and Drug Administration
  • Responsiveness of various reservoir species to
    oral rabies vaccination correlates with
    differences in vaccine uptake of mucosa associated
    lymphoid tissues
  • Nature
  • Antibiotics taken during pregnancy may cause major
    malformations
  • Telegraph UK
  • 'Marshmallow test' redux: Children show better
    self-control when they depend on each other
  • Science Daily
  • Modulation of the antidepressant effects of
    ketamine by the mTORC1 inhibitor rapamycin
  • Nature
  • Using Social Media to Understand the Vaccine
    Debate in China
  • Science Daily
  • Competitive glucose metabolism as a target to
    boost bladder cancer immunotherapy
  • Nature
  • Study Paints Picture of Marijuana Use in Pregnant
    Women
  • Science Daily
  • Immune correlates of postexposure vaccine
    protection against Marburg virus
  • Nature
  • Antianxiety and antidepressant effects from a
    single dose of psychedelic drug persist years
    later in cancer patients
  • Science Daily













  • Seenso is a semantic medical search engine dedicated to promoting public health education and self-care at home.
    Why Seenso is different from other search engines?
  • No ads
  • No user tracking
  • High-Quality health information sources
  • Guided Exploration through Semantic Search Technology
  • An internet platform dedicated to promoting public health education Seenso means a Search Engine with Soul.

    Seenso is a semantic medical search engine engineered to promote public health education and self-care at home, it is aimed at providing high-quality medical information to internet users, in a way that helps them understand and deal with medical problems that they often face in everyday life. Seenso is offered as a not-for-profit public service to internet users, free of advertisement and user tracking.

    Seenso has a soul, because it understands when it receives a search query from you, there is a real person on other side of the screen. You may experience pain, suffering, and distress, and you may hope that someone will take your best interest at heart and try to understand your real needs, and provide information that can help you.

    Seenso is invented just to do that - to provide high-quality medical information that you need, in a way that helps you understand what you should know or do when dealing with a medical problem. Through the combination of cognitive and semantic approaches to text analysis, Seenso tries to identify the meaningful content on web pages, to understand the challenges and tasks that you may face in a given medical situation, and to provide the kinds of information that you need and in the way that empowers you. Different from other existing search engines, Seenso ranks the web pages based on the real meaningful content of the web pages and its relevance to your goals and tasks for a given medical situation. By offering you a guided exploratory interface, you can have a comprehensive overview of the various important issues involved, as well as a navigation map for guiding your future search. You can decide what topic to explore, based on your goals, information needs and preferences for a given situation. Furthermore, Seenso presents only organic search results without feeding you with any form of advertisement. All those efforts are geared towards making your medical search more relevant, useful, and efficient.

    Seenso has a soul, because it believes that you are entitled to privacy regarding your medical condition; You should be able go on the Internet to search about your medical condition without being tracked or worried about the potential exposure of your privacy.

    "; Seenso has a soul, because it is aware of its limitations and it will never stop learning and improving. It will continuously acquire new knowledge about best medical practices and the advancements in medical and related fields; It will strive to provide the best medical information available on the Internet, faithfully serving the medical information needs of you and your family. If Seenso can in some way help people live healthier, happier, and longer lives, then Seenso's mission is accomplished.


    Seenso is created with the primary goal of promoting public health. Using the search engine platform, Seenso is aimed at achieving the following social entrepreneurial goals:
  • Promoting public health literacy, promoting healthy lifestyles and habits;
  • Educating public about disease prevention and early detection, Helping to reduce preventable chronic diseases;
  • Supporting self-care at home;
  • Aiding evidence-based and individualized medicine; Aiding informed and shared medical decision making;
  • Contributing to the improvement of global health, reducing human suffering from disease, reducing burdens of diseases on families and societies;
  • Building, maintaining, and promoting science-based and user-centred medical content on the Internet, leaving a healthier, kinder, greener, and better world to the future generations.