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Social Media and Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents: Is there a link?

Social Media and Sexual Behavior Among Adolescents: Is there a link?

Landry et al [19] concluded that Latino adolescents who sent or received more than 100 SMS per day were significantly more likely to ever have vaginal sex and adolescents who logged in to a social networking account at least once per day were significantly

Megan Landry, Monique Turner, Amita Vyas, Susan Wood

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2017;3(2):e28

“Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care

“Friending” Teens: Systematic Review of Social Media in Adolescent and Young Adult Health Care

Vyas AN [60], Whiteley LB [61], Veinot TC [62], van Rooij AJ [63], Rice E [64,65], Madan G [66], Woolford SJ [67], Juvonen J [68], Perren S [69], Tucker JS [70], Machold C [71], Gowen K [72], Wolniczak I [73], Campisi J [74], Horgan A [75], Dowdell EB [76], Landry

Lael M Yonker, Shiyi Zan, Christina V Scirica, Kamal Jethwani, T Bernard Kinane

J Med Internet Res 2015;17(1):e4

Web-Based Consumer Health Education About Back Pain: Findings of Potential Tensions From a Photo-Elicitation and Observational Study

Web-Based Consumer Health Education About Back Pain: Findings of Potential Tensions From a Photo-Elicitation and Observational Study

For example, in her second interview, Megan discussed a photo that she took of a message from a mindfulness app on her smartphone:Interviewer: ...it says, “Wanting things in the mind to be different is exhausting.

Jenny Setchell, Merrill Turpin, Nathalia Costa, Paul Hodges

JMIR Rehabil Assist Technol 2020;7(1):e17130

Dental Blogs, Podcasts, and Associated Social Media: Descriptive Mapping and Analysis

Dental Blogs, Podcasts, and Associated Social Media: Descriptive Mapping and Analysis

Like Landry [35], we do not expect these social media resources to substitute for other traditional sources, but rather to supplement them.

Julia Melkers, Diana Hicks, Simone Rosenblum, Kimberley R Isett, Jacqueline Elliott

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(7):e269

A Pragmatic Internet Intervention to Promote Positive Parenting and School Readiness in Early Childhood: Initial Evidence of Program Use and Satisfaction

A Pragmatic Internet Intervention to Promote Positive Parenting and School Readiness in Early Childhood: Initial Evidence of Program Use and Satisfaction

part, because high levels of sociocontextual risk creates stress for parents, which in turn can interfere with positive parenting practices [9].Face-to-face parenting programs teach parenting strategies that promote children’s school readiness skills (eg, Landry

Lucy McGoron, Hilary Horn Ratner, Kathryn AG Knoff, Erica Hvizdos, Steven J Ondersma

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2019;2(2):e14518