Half of smartphone owners use their devices to get health information and one-fifth of smartphone owners have health apps
A survey of Advanced Placement and National Writing Project teachers finds that teens' research habits are changing in the digital age
Have you ever wished you could unsee a photo of some condition you had Googled? We are collecting stories about the internet's downsides related to health.
Lee Rainie will present the latest Project findings about how many people have mobile devices and how they use these devices
Presenting our research to a roomful, not just a row full, of rare-disease patients and caregivers was an extraordinary experience.
Thirty percent of U.S. adults provide support to a loved one. The internet is a key information and communications resource for this front-line labor force.
74% of smartphone owners use their phone to get real-time location-based information, and 18% use a geosocial service to "check in" to certain locations or share their location with friends
86% of smartphone owners used their phone in the past month to make real-time queries to help them meet friends, solve problems, or settle arguments
How one man became the chief of a tribe he didn't know existed, thanks to the internet.
Director Lee Rainie presented to physicians, administrators, and staff at Providence St. Joseph Medical Center in Burbank, California on January 12 on understanding social networking and online health information seeking.