39% of U.S. adults provide care for a loved one, up from 30% in 2010, and many navigate health care with the help of technology
Susannah Fox will participate in a national invitational meeting on "Promoting and Sustaining the Collaborative Network Model in Pediatrics" in Alexandria, VA.
In an article published in the journal Pediatrics, Susannah Fox makes the case for clinicians paying attention to peer-to-peer health care.
Lee Rainie discussed the Project’s latest research about how people use technology and how people use libraries, and the implications of this work for libraries.
New analysis compares veterans of the U.S. military with non-veterans, revealing differences in internet access and interest in certain health topics.
An estimate of how many people go online to seek a doctor's opinion about something, such as on an "ask a doctor" site (hint: a fraction of a subgroup).
An infographic summing up key findings from Internet and health reports.
58% of cell owners used their phones for recommendations, reviews, or price comparisons in a physical store this holiday shopping season. Young adults and smartphone owners lead the way.
35% of U.S. adults have gone online to figure out a medical condition; of these, half followed up with a visit to a medical professional.
Rural residents in the U.S. lag behind those in suburban and urban areas when it comes to technology adoption.