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Published on 07.04.16 in Vol 18, No 4 (2016): April

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Works citing "Crowdsourcing and the Accuracy of Online Information Regarding Weight Gain in Pregnancy: A Descriptive Study"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/jmir.5138):

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  1. Lobo S, Lucas CJ, Herbert JS, Townsend ML, Smith M, Kunkler E, Charlton KE. Nutrition information in pregnancy: Where do women seek advice and has this changed over time?. Nutrition & Dietetics 2020;77(3):382
  2. Stitt C, Vang K. Midwife and Doula Information on the Web: An Analysis of Websites that Provide Information About Pregnancy and Childbirth. Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2019;23(1):39
  3. Nault D, Beccia A, Ito H, Kashdan S, Senders A. Health Information Discrepancies Between Internet Media and Scientific Papers Reporting on Omega-3 Supplement Research: Comparative Analysis. Interactive Journal of Medical Research 2018;7(2):e15
  4. Dainty KN, Vaid H, Brooks SC. North American Public Opinion Survey on the Acceptability of Crowdsourcing Basic Life Support for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest With the PulsePoint Mobile Phone App. JMIR mHealth and uHealth 2017;5(5):e63
  5. Verma BA, Nichols LP, Plegue MA, Moniz MH, Rai M, Chang T. Advice given by community members to pregnant women: a mixed methods study. BMC Pregnancy and Childbirth 2016;16(1)