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Works citing "Public Health Interventions: Reaching Latino Adolescents via Short Message Service and Social Media"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.2178):

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  1. Shelton AK, Skalski P. Blinded by the light: Illuminating the dark side of social network use through content analysis. Computers in Human Behavior 2014;33:339
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  3. 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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  4. Lacey C, Chun S, Terrones L, Huang JS. Adolescents with chronic disease and use of technology for receipt of information regarding health and disease management. Health and Technology 2014;4(3):253
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  5. Guilamo-Ramos V, Lee JJ, Kantor LM, Levine DS, Baum S, Johnsen J. Potential for Using Online and Mobile Education with Parents and Adolescents to Impact Sexual and Reproductive Health. Prevention Science 2014;
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  7. Victorson D, Banas J, Smith J, Languido L, Shen E, Gutierrez S, Cordero E, Flores L. eSalud: Designing and Implementing Culturally Competent eHealth Research With Latino Patient Populations. American Journal of Public Health 2014;:e1
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  8. Dunne A, McIntosh J, Mallory D. Adolescents, Sexually Transmitted Infections, and Education Using Social Media: A Review of the Literature. The Journal for Nurse Practitioners 2014;10(6):401
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  9. D’Amato G, Cecchi L, Liccardi G, D’Amato M, Stanghellini G. Social networks and bronchial asthma. Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology 2013;13(1):87
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  10. Pattishall AE, Ellen SB, Spector ND. Bullying, adverse childhood experiences and use of texting to promote behavior change. Current Opinion in Pediatrics 2013;:1
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  11. González-Cabrera J, Fernández-Prada M, Iribar-Ibabe C, Peinado JM. Los smartphones en la investigación: la mensajería instantánea como aliado para reducir las bajas experimentales. Atención Primaria 2013;45(8):439
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  12. Pandey A, Hasan S, Dubey D, Sarangi S. Smartphone Apps as a Source of Cancer Information: Changing Trends in Health Information-Seeking Behavior. Journal of Cancer Education 2013;28(1):138
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