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According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.6.3.e32):

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  1. Ku Y, Chiu C, Zhang Y, Chen H, Su H. Text mining self-disclosing health information for public health service. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2014;65(5):928
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  4. Okoniewski AE, Lee YJ, Rodriguez M, Schnall R, Low AFH. Health Information Seeking Behaviors of Ethnically Diverse Adolescents. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 2014;16(4):652
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  5. Leanza F, Hauser D. Teens, Technology, and Health Care. Primary Care: Clinics in Office Practice 2014;41(3):559
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  7. Hanberger L, Ludvigsson J, Nordfeldt S. Use of a Web 2.0 Portal to Improve Education and Communication in Young Patients With Families: Randomized Controlled Trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2013;15(8):e175
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  8. Nordfeldt S, Berterö C. Young Patients’ Views on the Open Web 2.0 Childhood Diabetes Patient Portal: A Qualitative Study. Future Internet 2012;4(4):514
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  10. Samal L, Saha S, Chander G, Korthuis PT, Sharma RK, Sharp V, Cohn J, Moore RD, Beach MC. Internet Health Information Seeking Behavior and Antiretroviral Adherence in Persons Living with HIV/AIDS. AIDS Patient Care and STDs 2011;25(7):445
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  11. Kocić B, Petrović B. THE INTERNET-BASED HEALTH INFORMATION AND ADOLESCENTS. Acta medica medianae 2011;:69
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  12. Nordfeldt S, Hanberger L, Berterö C. Patient and Parent Views on a Web 2.0 Diabetes Portal—the Management Tool, the Generator, and the Gatekeeper: Qualitative Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2010;12(2):e17
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  13. Shandley K, Austin D, Klein B, Kyrios M. An evaluation of 'Reach Out Central': an online gaming program for supporting the mental health of young people. Health Education Research 2010;25(4):563
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  14. Jung M, Berthon P. Fulfilling the promise: A model for delivering successful online health care. Journal of Medical Marketing 2009;9(3):243
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  15. Halpern CT, Mitchell EM, Farhat T, Bardsley P. Effectiveness of web-based education on Kenyan and Brazilian adolescents' knowledge about HIV/AIDS, abortion law, and emergency contraception: Findings from TeenWeb. Social Science & Medicine 2008;67(4):628
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  16. Horvath KJ, Rosser BS, Remafedi G. Sexual Risk Taking Among Young Internet-Using Men Who Have Sex With Men. American Journal of Public Health 2008;98(6):1059
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  17. Flicker S, Travers R, Guta A, McDonald S, Meagher A. Ethical Dilemmas in Community-Based Participatory Research: Recommendations for Institutional Review Boards. Journal of Urban Health 2007;84(4):478
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  18. Bull SS, Phibbs S, Watson S, McFarlane M. What Do Young Adults Expect When They Go Online? Lessons for Development of an STD/HIV and Pregnancy Prevention Website. Journal of Medical Systems 2007;31(2):149
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  19. Veinot TC, Flicker SE, Skinner HA, McClelland A, Saulnier P, Read SE, Goldberg E. “Supposed to make you better but it doesn’t really”: HIV-positive youths’ perceptions of HIV treatment. Journal of Adolescent Health 2006;38(3):261
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  20. Kalichman SC, Cain D, Cherry C, Pope H, Eaton L, Kalichman MO. Internet Use Among People Living with HIV/AIDS: Coping and Health-Related Correlates. AIDS Patient Care and STDs 2005;19(7):439
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  1. Larsen JN, Martey RM. Learning Tools and Teaching Approaches through ICT Advancements. 2012. chapter 10:104
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  2. Strand C. E-Health Communities and Online Self-Help Groups. 2011. chapter:106
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