Report: Younger people are finding health advice on their phones

10/21/2010 | eWeek.com

A new report suggests that although most Americans still search for health-related information offline, 29% of mobile phone users ages 18 to 29 use those devices to find health resources. "For 29% of that population to be looking for health information is a pretty interesting data point, because they are early adopters in terms of all types of mobile applications," the report's author said.

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