A new study finds that while most of us go online regularly for help in diagnosing health issues, very few of us actually post information, questions or experiences on health topics.
The researchers say social media could be more valuable to all parties if more people joined in on the health discussion. Patients could become more empowered and doctors could be more aware of the public discourse around certain medical issues. The challenge now is how to get more people to contribute health info on social media sites.
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