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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.1978):

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  12. Brown A, Rance J, Warren L. Body image concerns during pregnancy are associated with a shorter breast feeding duration. Midwifery 2014;
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  17. Miyagi E, Motoki Y, Asai-Sato M, Taguri M, Morita S, Hirahara F, Wark JD, Garland SM. Web-based Recruiting for a Survey on Knowledge and Awareness of Cervical Cancer Prevention Among Young Women Living in Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. International Journal of Gynecological Cancer 2014;24(7):1347
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  18. Carlini BH, Safioti L, Rue TC, Miles L. Using Internet to Recruit Immigrants with Language and Culture Barriers for Tobacco and Alcohol Use Screening: A Study Among Brazilians. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 2014;
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  24. Kwan M, Faulkner G, Bray S. Evaluation of Active Transition, a Website-Delivered Physical Activity Intervention for University Students: Pilot Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2013;2(1):e16
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  33. Lohse B. Facebook Is an Effective Strategy to Recruit Low-income Women to Online Nutrition Education. Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior 2013;45(1):69
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  35. Parkinson S, Bromfield L. Recruiting young adults to child maltreatment research through Facebook: A feasibility study. Child Abuse & Neglect 2013;37(9):716
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  36. Corsino L, Lin P, Batch BC, Intille S, Grambow SC, Bosworth HB, Bennett GG, Tyson C, Svetkey LP, Voils CI. Recruiting young adults into a weight loss trial: Report of protocol development and recruitment results. Contemporary Clinical Trials 2013;35(2):1
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  37. Chu JL, Snider CE. Use of a Social Networking Web Site for Recruiting Canadian Youth for Medical Research. Journal of Adolescent Health 2013;52(6):792
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  38. Graham AL, Fang Y, Moreno JL, Streiff SL, Villegas J, Muñoz RF, Tercyak KP, Mandelblatt JS, Vallone DM. Online Advertising to Reach and Recruit Latino Smokers to an Internet Cessation Program: Impact and Costs. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2012;14(4):e116
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  41. Balfe M, Doyle F, Conroy R. Using Facebook to Recruit Young Adults for Qualitative Research Projects. CIN: Computers, Informatics, Nursing 2012;30(10):511
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  42. Penckofer SM. Lost in translation: will the ‘personal’ become ‘impersonal’ when conducting research in the age of technology?. Clinical Investigation 2012;2(6):555
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  1. Gray K, Sanchez FM, Bright G, Cheng A. Advancing Medical Practice through Technology. 2013. chapter 6:102
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