Funded by the California Healthcare Foundation, this eHI report examines how social media tools and technologies are being utilized by adults to alleviate mental health conditions and prevent behavioral risk factors associated with chronic disease. The report examines the impact of social media and role of online communities in enhancing health promotion and behavior change efforts targeting wellness, healthy eating, and active living across a variety of settings, including occupational, behavioral, personal, clinical, public, and community health.
|File Name:||2014-01-29 - CHCF - Use of Social Media to Prevent Behavioral Risk Factors Associated with Chronic Disease - Report.pdf|
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