In honor of Veterans Day, a profile of a few inspiring soldiers and inventors.
Mobile health technology is being used to reach adolescent populations from different cultural backgrounds. Susannah Fox will add Pew Internet's data about health, mobile, and teens to the discussion.
Consumers are often described as the greatest untapped information resource in medicine, but our research shows that patients and caregivers are already accessing that knowledge.
Susannah Fox participated in a discussion of how the maturation of online social networks, patient communities, and patient blogs affects health and health care.
The online health-information environment is going mobile, particularly among younger adults.
A very subjective guide to using Twitter to stay up to date on health and technology.
Spot the opportunity: Smoking is the leading preventable cause of death in the U.S. Nearly half of American adults use online social network sites. Networks magnify whatever they are seeded with, for good or for ill.
Susannah Fox will guide a discussion of a combination of tools, content, and community changes that factor into health improvement. But what actually drives behavior change? And are we even asking the right questions?
Social networking may represent an effective way for surgeons to better serve, i.e., to communicate, to educate, to care, for their patients, the public, medical students, residents and the general public.
People living with chronic disease are among the least likely to have internet access, yet once online they often dive deeply into gathering, sharing, and creating health information.