In the News
A sampling of news stories involving the Penn Social Media and Health Innovation Lab.
According to new research from Penn, language used in everyday social media posts may have a strong connection to an individual’s health.
Research shows many adult social media users are fine with sharing Facebook and Twitter data, and medical data, for research.
Coverage of our Social Mediome work.
Raina Merchant discusses linking social media language with electronic health records on WHYY's The Pulse.
Raina Merchant weighs in on newly published CPR guidelines from the American Heart Association.
Nate DeNicola discusses how apps can empower people to take more charge of their health care and communicate better with their doctors.
Nate DeNicola discusses the positive aspects of patient-generated health data through apps.
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