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Debunking fake health news on social media

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Majority of adult Americans get their news from social media according to a recent 2016 Pew Research Center study. Roughly two thirds of Facebook users get their news on this social networking site, which translates to 44% of the US general population. Forty two percent of US consumers used social media to assist in their healthcare…

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Correcting health misinformation on social media isn’t easy but not impossible

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I’ve seen  dubious health or medical information online in the past but what’s lamentable is that only a few health professionals took time to correct the misinformation. These are the possible explanations for this: We don’t care to do research on the health misinformation we see. We lack the necessary skills to distill  knowledge and communicate it to the general public…

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Cutting the Noise and Listening to Patients Voice on Social Media

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We’re crowdsourcing ideas to help engage more patients in our discussions of health on social media. #HealthXPh wants to hear the “patient’s voice” too.

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