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Doctors' Use of E-Records More Than Doubles

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Facebook Faux Pas: Awkward! Or Maybe Not

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Grades Dive With Internet Use During Class Time, Study Finds

Health Plan Enrollment Gains Ground in November

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Health Tip: Using the Web for Health Information

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Initial Health-Plan Enrollment Falls Below Expectations

Internet May Help Seniors Avoid Depression

iPads May Help Boost Speaking Skills in Kids With Autism: Study

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Many Americans Haven't Checked Out Health Insurance Marketplaces

Many Parents Learn Online Skills From Their Tech-Savvy Kids

Many Parents Use Online Ratings to Pick a Pediatrician, Study Finds

Monitoring Kids' Screen Time May Improve Their Behavior

More Evidence That Bullying Raises Kids' Suicide Risk

More Patients Are Checking Doctor-Rating Websites, Study Finds

NIH Launches Online Resource for End-of-Life Issues

Patients May Have to Compete With Computers for Doctors' Attention

Preschoolers Getting Too Much Screen Time: Survey

Sebelius on Health-Reform Law: 'Delay Is Not an Option'

'Sexting' Linked to Sex in Middle School

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Smartphone App May Help People Overcome Alcoholism

Smartphone Apps for Diabetes: Do They Really Work?

Smartphone Use for Business at Night May Not Be So Smart

Social Networking Sites Can Help Obese Lose Weight: Study

'Talking' Medical Devices, Apps Continue to Evolve

Technology Helps 'Locked-In' Stroke Patient Communicate

Teens' Screen Time May Affect Their Bone Health: Study

Today's Teens Can Be Adept Multitaskers, Study Suggests

TV, Computer Time Tied to Heavier, Less Happy Kids: Study

Two Questions May Rule Out Strep Throat

U.S. Kids Experiencing Less Violence: Surveys

Using Internet, Apps to Manage Blood Pressure Has Dangers: Study

Using Social Media to Manage Your Moods?

Web-Based Program May Help Beginner Drivers

White House Extends Insurance Enrollment Deadline by a Day

White House Extends Insurance Enrollment Deadline for Second Time

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