Would that be the same doctors who were telling women for years that in order to have strong bones after menopause they should all take prescriptions hormones made from the urine of pregnant horses? And then later found out those hormone drugs can lead to breast cancer? Or the ones who prescribed Vioxx for their patients? Or the ones who engaged in a multi-billion dollar annual knee surgery industry that was eventually proved to be no more effective than placebo surgery?
I agree there is too much spam in the search engines, but a lot what I consider spam and misinformation in the health area actually comes from, and is perpetuated by, the drug companies and so called medical experts.
A lot of the studies that either refute or poke holes in common medical dogma never make their way to the major magazines and newspapers because those publications rely on the drug and health care industry for ad money.
Google is a breath of fresh air because they put Pubmed studies right in their main listings, giving people at least a fighting chance of finding studies that question and often contradict what the drug companies try to spoon feed them.