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Published on 06.11.17 in Vol 3, No 4 (2017): Oct-Dec

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Works citing "Health Information–Seeking Patterns of the General Public and Indications for Disease Surveillance: Register-Based Study Using Lyme Disease"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.8306):

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  1. Tana JC, Kettunen J, Eirola E, Paakkonen H. Diurnal Variations of Depression-Related Health Information Seeking: Case Study in Finland Using Google Trends Data. JMIR Mental Health 2018;5(2):e43
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  2. Kapitány-Fövény M, Ferenci T, Sulyok Z, Kegele J, Richter H, Vályi-Nagy I, Sulyok M. Can Google Trends data improve forecasting of Lyme disease incidence?. Zoonoses and Public Health 2018;
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  3. Mavragani A, Sampri A, Sypsa K, Tsagarakis KP. Integrating Smart Health in the US Health Care System: Infodemiology Study of Asthma Monitoring in the Google Era. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2018;4(1):e24
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  4. Basch CH, MacLean SA, Romero R, Ethan D. Health Information Seeking Behavior Among College Students. Journal of Community Health 2018;43(6):1094
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