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Misleading Health-Related Information Promoted Through Video-Based Social Media: Anorexia on YouTube
More research is needed to study the characteristics of pro-anorexia videos in order to develop algorithms that will automatically detect and filter those videos before they become popular, and to investigate anorexia-related misinformation disseminated through YouTube videos. Expand
E-Health Literacy and Health Information Seeking Behavior Among University Students in Bangladesh
Current study support that current Web-based health information seeking and sharing behaviors influence health-related decision making and associations between sociodemographic, social determinants, and use of Web 2.0 are supported. Expand
The relationship between usage intention and adoption of electronic health records at primary care clinics
The intention to use EHR, perceived usefulness and ease to use of primary care physicians were found as key factors influencing EHRs adoption and it is suggested that government should promote the potential benefits of EHR and enhance physicians' willingness to adopt the E HRs at their clinic practices. Expand
mHealth: An updated systematic review with a focus on HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis long term management using mobile phones
Mobile phone technology is widely reported to be an effective tool for HIV/AIDS and TB long-term care and can substantially reduce disease burden on health care systems by rendering more efficient prevention, treatment, education, data collection and management support. Expand
Prediction of fatty liver disease using machine learning algorithms
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Fatty liver disease (FLD) is a common clinical complication; it is associated with high morbidity and mortality. However, an early prediction of FLD patients provides anExpand
Cloud-based BP system integrated with CPOE improves self-management of the hypertensive patients: A randomized controlled trial
Cloud-based BP system integrated with CPOE at the point of care achieved better BP control compared to traditional care, and is suitable for every age group. Expand
Using Hemoglobin A1C as a Predicting Model for Time Interval from Pre-Diabetes Progressing to Diabetes
This prediction model is very useful to help prioritize the diagnosis at an early stage for targeting individuals with risk of diabetes, using patients' HbA1C before anti-diabetes drugs are used. Expand
Uncovering exposures responsible for birth season – disease effects: a global study
A global study of birth month–disease relationships reveals distal risk factors involved in causal biological pathways that underlie them. Expand
Gender-based personalized pharmacotherapy: a systematic review
A systematic review provides an evidence for the effectiveness of dosage difference to ensure safety and efficient treatment and future studies on the current topic are recommended to reduce the adverse effect of therapy. Expand
LabPush: A pilot study of providing remote clinics with laboratory results via short message service (SMS) in Swaziland, Africa - A qualitative study
  • W. Hao, Y. Hsu, +10 authors W. Jian
  • Medicine, Computer Science
  • Comput. Methods Programs Biomed.
  • 2015
The end-users perspective, prompt patient care, reduced bouncing of patients, technical support, better communication, willing participant and social influence were facilitators of the adoption of mobile device by healthcare providers in the Swaziland. Expand