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International Electronic Journal of Health Education

2011 Volume 14, Number

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Number of articles: 3

  1. Exploration of Health Concerns and the Role of Social Media Information among Rural and Urban Adolescents: A Preliminary Study

    Ruthann Lariscy, Bryan Reber & Hye-Jin Paek

    The aims of this study are to identify health concerns and behaviors, to understand why some concerns are more worrisome than others, and to learn what information sources are relied on for a young... More

    pp. 16-36

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  2. The Healthy Web--Access to Online Health Information for Individuals with Disabilities

    Brian Geiger, R R. Evans, M A. Cellitti, K Hogan Smith, Marcia R. O'Neal, S L. Firsing & P Chandan

    Background: The Internet can be an invaluable resource for obtaining health information by people with disabilities. Although valid and reliable information is available, previous research revealed... More

    pp. 93-100

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  3. You Tube: An International Medium for Sharing Videos about Hookah Smoking

    Christopher M. Seitz, Jeffrey J. Milroy, Muhsin Michael Orsini, David L. Wyrick, Jeremy Herring & Mike Koech

    The hookah pipe is an ancient tool for smoking tobacco and is a growing public health concern at the global level. YouTube is a website that allows its members to post videos for people to watch... More

    pp. 142-149

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