Survey: More women use online resources for health research

About 82% of women use the Internet to research health issues, compared to 77% of men, and women are more likely to search for a specific disease or condition. Women's use of health information sites also depends on their age, with younger women focusing on health episodes and looking better and older women seeking information about themselves and their families.

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