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Trustworthiness, Readability, and Suitability of Web-Based Information for Stroke Prevention and Self-Management for Korean Americans: Critical Evaluation

Trustworthiness, Readability, and Suitability of Web-Based Information for Stroke Prevention and Self-Management for Korean Americans: Critical Evaluation

Stroke is the foremost cause of serious long-term disability, with high health care cost [20], and puts an increasing economic burden on health care resources [21].

Mikyoung A Lee, Cha-Nam Shin, Kyungeh An

Interact J Med Res 2018;7(2):e10440


The Narrative Impact of Active Video Games on Physical Activity Among Children: A Feasibility Study

The Narrative Impact of Active Video Games on Physical Activity Among Children: A Feasibility Study

Active video games could provide an innovative method of increasing physical activity with promising health outcomes for many children [22]. As of 2014, an average US household owned at least one dedicated gaming device [23].

Amy Shirong Lu, Tom Baranowski, S Lee Hong, Richard Buday, Debbe Thompson, Alicia Beltran, Hafza Razak Dadabhoy, Tzu-An Chen

J Med Internet Res 2016;18(10):e272


Changes in Depressive Symptoms, Social Support, and Loneliness Over 1 Year After a Minimum 3-Month Videoconference Program for Older Nursing Home Residents

Changes in Depressive Symptoms, Social Support, and Loneliness Over 1 Year After a Minimum 3-Month Videoconference Program for Older Nursing Home Residents

During the 12-month study, 13 participants in the experimental group withdrew from the study (including 5 who declined to continue participating, 2 who relocated back home, and 3 who died), with an attrition rate of 33%.

Hsiu-Hsin Tsai, Yun-Fang Tsai

J Med Internet Res 2011;13(4):e93


Online Social Engagement by Cancer Patients: A Clinic-Based Patient Survey

Online Social Engagement by Cancer Patients: A Clinic-Based Patient Survey

past 12 months, 80% of online adults searched for health information, 26% of people reported reading about or watching another person’s health experience, and 16% went online to connect with others who had the same condition, including 4.6% who took part in an

Lawrence C An, Lauren Wallner, Matthias Alexander Kirch

JMIR Cancer 2016;2(2):e10