There are significant regional, demographic and educational differences in the content that Americans post online when they share and search for health-related information on social media.
That’s the finding of University of California-Riverside researchers who analyzed more than 20 million posts generated by about 6 million users using social media, including general web-based social networks Twitter and GooglePlus, drug review websites, as well as online health forums.
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