Health Messages on Social Media Could Help Curb STIs, Study FindsReporting Technology’s Impact on Healthcare

by Admin on October 10, 2012

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A study finds that public health messages delivered via social media might help reduce the spread of sexually transmitted infections. According to the study, young adults who received sexual health news via Facebook were more likely to use condoms than a control group. Forbes et al.

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