Published on in Vol 19, No 2 (2017): February

Association Between Internet Use and Body Dissatisfaction Among Young Females: Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey

Association Between Internet Use and Body Dissatisfaction Among Young Females: Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey

Association Between Internet Use and Body Dissatisfaction Among Young Females: Cross-Sectional Analysis of the Canadian Community Health Survey

Journals

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  2. Langston M, Fuzzell L, Lewis-Thames M, Khan S, Moore J. Disparities in Health Information-Seeking Behaviors and Fatalistic Views of Cancer by Sexual Orientation Identity: A Nationally Representative Study of Adults in the United States. LGBT Health 2019;6(4):192 View
  3. Caceres B, Turchioe M, Pho A, Koleck T, Creber R, Bakken S. Sexual Identity and Racial/Ethnic Differences in Awareness of Heart Attack and Stroke Symptoms: Findings From the National Health Interview Survey. American Journal of Health Promotion 2021;35(1):57 View
  4. Alcalá H, Shimoga S. It Is About Trust: Trust in Sources of Tobacco Health Information, Perceptions of Harm, and Use of E-Cigarettes. Nicotine & Tobacco Research 2020;22(5):822 View
  5. Hawkins B, Andalibi N, Haimson O. Helpful information to whom? An intersectional critique of the ‘it gets better project. Proceedings of the Association for Information Science and Technology 2018;55(1):825 View
  6. Apollonio D, Broyde K, Azzam A, De Guia M, Heilman J, Brock T. Pharmacy students can improve access to quality medicines information by editing Wikipedia articles. BMC Medical Education 2018;18(1) View
  7. Ducrot P, Montagni I, Nguyen Thanh V, Serry A, Richard J. Evolution of Online Health-Related Information Seeking in France From 2010 to 2017: Results From Nationally Representative Surveys. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(4):e18799 View
  8. Tabaac A, Benotsch E, Agénor M, Austin S, Charlton B. Use of media sources in seeking/receiving sexual health information during adolescence among adults of diverse sexual orientations in a US cohort. Sex Education 2021:1 View
  9. Schwartz J, Grimm J, Zimmerman R, Clement M. Information Seeking and MSM’s Beliefs about PrEP and Condoms. Health Communication 2021:1 View
  10. Harper L, Fitzgerald D. Sexual Orientation Effects in Health Information Technology Usage: Increasing Equity in Access While Physical Distancing. Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health 2020;1(4):254 View