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Published on 20.01.15 in Vol 4, No 1 (2015): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Information Seeking in Social Media: A Review of YouTube for Sedentary Behavior Content"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/ijmr.3835):

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  1. Selvi O, Tulgar S, Senturk O, Topcu DI, Ozer Z. YouTube como fonte informativa sobre bloqueios do plexo braquial: avaliação de conteúdo e valor educativo. Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology 2019;69(2):168
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  2. Selvi O, Tulgar S, Senturk O, Topcu DI, Ozer Z. YouTube as an informational source for brachial plexus blocks: evaluation of content and educational value. Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology (English Edition) 2019;69(2):168
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  3. Abu Daabes AS, Kharbat FF. A content analysis of Arabic YouTube videos for cancer treatment. International Journal of Health Governance 2019;ahead-of-print(ahead-of-print)
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  4. Dijkstra S, Kok G, Ledford JG, Sandalova E, Stevelink R. Possibilities and Pitfalls of Social Media for Translational Medicine. Frontiers in Medicine 2018;5
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  5. Kecojevic A, Basch C, Basch C, Kernan W. Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis YouTube Videos: Content Evaluation. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e19
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  6. Dylewski , Mikula P, Tryjanowski P, Morelli F, Yosef R. Social media and scientific research are complementary—YouTube and shrikes as a case study. The Science of Nature 2017;104(5-6)
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  7. Basch CH, Mongiovi J, Berdnik A, Basch CE. The most widely viewed YouTube videos with content related to multivitamins. Health Promotion Perspectives 2016;6(4):213
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  8. Delli K, Livas C, Vissink A, Spijkervet F. Is YouTube useful as a source of information for Sjögren's syndrome?. Oral Diseases 2016;22(3):196
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  9. Logsdon MC, Davis D, Eckert D, Smith F, Stikes R, Rushton J, Myers J, Capps J, Sparks K. Feasibility of Two Educational Methods for Teaching New Mothers: A Pilot Study. interactive Journal of Medical Research 2015;4(4):e20
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