Gender Differences in Use of Social Media for Health-related Information
Background: Social media may be a useful tool in modifying health-related behaviors; however, there is limited research on college students’ use of health-related social media and whether those behaviors vary by gender.
The FASEB Journal
Abstract Number: lb430
Allison, Chelsea; Wiggins, Sa’Nealdra; Yen, Wangchang; Zhou, Wenjun; Olfert, Melissa D.; Kattelmann, Kendra; and et. al, "Gender Differences in Use of Social Media for Health-related Information" (2017). Health and Nutritional Sciences Faculty Publications. 246.