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Forget Everything You Know About Diets and Healthy Eating

Science now has an explanation for why many of us try out the latest diet only to find that it […]

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Social media choices when sharing important personal events

A new study is the first study to examine the use and effects of interpersonal media in social sharing. [More…]

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Interns may devote only 12% of their time to patients

In the New York Times (5/30) “Well” blog, Pauline W. Chen, MD, writes that a “dramatic decrease in time spent […]

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Social Media as a Tool in Medicine

Interesting article/review in Circulation (American Heart Association) about Digital Social Networks and Health. Free full text. [More…]

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Telecommuting Increases Work Hours

A new study from The University of Texas at Austin reveals for most employees who work remotely, telecommuting increases work […]

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Preventing Smoking Relapse via Web-Based Computer Feedback

A study in the Journal of Medical Internet Research demonstrated that Web-based computer-tailored programs combined with planning strategy assignments and […]

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Tween Texting May Lead to Poor Grammar Skills

A study published in New Media and Society Journal, finds that tweens who frequently use language adaptations — techspeak — […]

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By R Kennedy | News . Smartphones . Technology
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