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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. 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 2019;66(1):101
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  2. Pesälä S, Virtanen MJ, Mukka M, Ylilammi K, Mustonen P, Kaila M, Helve O. Healthcare professionals’ queries on oseltamivir and influenza in Finland 2011‐2016—Can we detect influenza epidemics with specific online searches?. Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses 2019;13(4):364
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  3. Tana J, Eirola E, Eriksson-Backa K. Rhythmicity of health information behaviour. Aslib Journal of Information Management 2019;
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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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