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Published on 10.05.11 in Vol 13, No 2 (2011): Apr-Jun

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Works citing "Natural Supplements for H1N1 Influenza: Retrospective Observational Infodemiology Study of Information and Search Activity on the Internet"

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  1. Kalichman SC, Kegler C. Vaccine-Related Internet Search Activity Predicts H1N1 and HPV Vaccine Coverage: Implications for Vaccine Acceptance. Journal of Health Communication 2014;:1
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  5. Hanson CL, Cannon B, Burton S, Giraud-Carrier C. An Exploration of Social Circles and Prescription Drug Abuse Through Twitter. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(9):e189
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  6. Hill S, Merchant R, Ungar L. Lessons Learned About Public Health from Online Crowd Surveillance. Big Data 2013;1(3):160
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