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Preventing Chronic Disease | Disparities in Health-Related Internet Use Among African American Men, 2010 - CDC

CDC  internet  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  African Americans  Men’s Health  Consumer Health Information 

Given the benefits of health-related Internet use, we examined whether sociodemographic, medical, and access-related factors predicted this outcome among African American men, a population burdened with health disparities. African American men (n = 329) completed an anonymous survey at a community health fair in 2010; logistic regression was used to identify predictors. Only education (having attended some college or more) predicted health-related Internet use (P < .001). African American men may vary in how they prefer to receive health information; those with less education may need support to engage effectively with health-related Internet use.

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Preventing Chronic Disease | Diabetes Interactive Atlas - CDC

CDC  internet  Diabetes Mellitus  Risk Factors  Preventing Chronic Disease  PCD  Geographic Information Systems  Population surveillance  mass media 

The Diabetes Interactive Atlas is a recently released Web-based collection of maps that allows users to view geographic patterns and examine trends in diabetes and its risk factors over time across the United States and within states. The atlas provides maps, tables, graphs, and motion charts that depict national, state, and county data. Large amounts of data can be viewed in various ways simultaneously. In this article, we describe the design and technical issues for developing the atlas and provide an overview of the atlas’ maps and graphs. The Diabetes Interactive Atlas improves visualization of geographic patterns, highlights observation of trends, and demonstrates the concomitant geographic and temporal growth of diabetes and obesity.

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FluVaxView: Pregnant Women and Flu Vaccination, Internet Panel Survey, United States, November 2013

flu  survey  vaccination  pregnant  women  pregnancy  fluvaxview  internet  panel  pregnant women  flu vaccination  internet panel survey United States  influenza vaccination coverage  vaccination estimates  november 2013 

CDC Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Influenza Flu - findings from the Internet Panel Survey of pregnant women flu vaccination in the United States for the 2013-14 flu seasons.

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