Depending on the topic, urban residents are more likely to use mobile and online sources; suburbanites are most heavily into social media; and rural residents are more inclined to word of mouth sources
Presenting our research to a roomful, not just a row full, of rare-disease patients and caregivers was an extraordinary experience.
Susannah Fox presented research on how people, particularly those living with rare disease, use online health resources and what the rest of us can learn from them.
Grassroots contribution to health research just got a boost. Is it time for us to measure personal genetic testing?
The American Journal of Managed Care recently published a commentary entitled, "Bowling Alone, Healing Together: The Role of Social Capital in Delivery Reform."
A 5-minute video overview of peer-to-peer health care.
These local news enthusiasts follow a diverse set of topics but rely heavily on local newspapers to keep them informed
How one man became the chief of a tribe he didn't know existed, thanks to the internet.
Susannah Fox presented Pew Internet's latest research on mobile, social networks, teens, and health.
Those who are active in church, religious, or spiritual organizations are often more deeply involved in their communities than those who are not members of such groups.