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33% of U.S. Consumers Use Social Media for Health Care Info [Survey]

For one-third of U.S. consumers recently surveyed, social media networks like Facebook, YouTube and Twitter are a valuable source of medical information. These users also use social share their opinions on doctors, treatments, and m...
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