Tag Archives: Pew Internet

Pew Report on Use of Social Networking Site

The following was shared on the BHIC Blog. 65% of online adults use social networking sites http://bit.ly/rtdGhF by Mary Madden, Kathryn Zickuhr Pew Internet & American Life Project Aug 26, 2011 “Two-thirds of adult internet users (65%) now say they … Continue reading

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Trust It or Trash It? Health Information Evaluation

http://www.trustortrash.org/ This is a tool to help you think critically about the quality of health information (including websites, handouts, booklets, etc.). Click on Who said it? When did they say it? and How did they know? to guide you through … Continue reading

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Pew Internet and American Life Project Report: Health Topics

This was posted on the BHIC Blog.   http://ow.ly/3PdPk Health information remains one of the most important subjects that internet users research online. Symptoms and treatments continue to dominate internet users’ health searches, but food safety, drug safety, and pregnancy … Continue reading

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The Social Life of Health Information | Benton Foundation

I  found this [posted on the BHIC Blog for June 11th]. “Americans’ pursuit of health takes place within a widening network of both online and offline sources. Whereas someone may have in the past called a health professional, their Mom, … Continue reading

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