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Published on 29.03.18 in Vol 4, No 1 (2018): Jan-Mar

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Works citing "Does Eating Chicken Feet With Pickled Peppers Cause Avian Influenza? Observational Case Study on Chinese Social Media During the Avian Influenza A (H7N9) Outbreak"

According to Crossref, the following articles are citing this article (DOI 10.2196/publichealth.8198):

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  1. Smaldone F, Ippolito A, Ruberto M. The shadows know me: Exploring the dark side of social media in the healthcare field. European Management Journal 2020;38(1):19
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  2. Gupta A, Katarya R. Social media based surveillance systems for healthcare using machine learning: A systematic review. Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2020;108:103500
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  3. Barros JM, Duggan J, Rebholz-Schuhmann D. The Application of Internet-Based Sources for Public Health Surveillance (Infoveillance): Systematic Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(3):e13680
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  4. Mavragani A. Infodemiology and Infoveillance: Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(4):e16206
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  5. Safarishahrbijari A, Osgood ND. Social Media Surveillance for Outbreak Projection via Transmission Models: Longitudinal Observational Study. JMIR Public Health and Surveillance 2019;5(2):e11615
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  6. Wang Y, McKee M, Torbica A, Stuckler D. Systematic Literature Review on the Spread of Health-related Misinformation on Social Media. Social Science & Medicine 2019;240:112552
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