Now on Bing, you’ll find glance-able information on food and drugs right on the results page, saving you time and clicks in getting what you need.
For instance, if you want to find out who discovered aspirin, or the risks associated with it, or its chemical formula, a search yields a quick rundown of a given drug directly within the Snapshot frame.
Or, what if you’re looking for the number of calories in a banana, or how much vitamin C and magnesium it has? Bing now displays nutritional information for common foods directly in the Snapshot experience – like you’d find on the side of a box.
Find out more about these new additions to Bing on the Bing Search Blog.
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