Frequent Internet use linked with positive outlook on cancer prevention, diagnosis
Individuals who frequently use the Internet to find health information have a more positive outlook on cancer prevention and diagnosis than those who rarely seek such information online, according to a study published in the Journal of Communication, PhysBizTech reports. According to researchers, Internet use reduced cancer fatalism to a greater extent among individuals with less education and less health knowledge than among people with more education and more health knowledge.
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