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Is Twitter a secret weapon for improving public health?

15:30 EDT 17 Oct 2016 | TriMed Media Group

Twitter has quickly become the most used application among adults aged 18 to 49 for hashtagging what we are doing, but who knew our tweets could tell us about our eating habits? Researchers from the University of Utah found that tweets about healthier food and more exercise come from neighborhoods that were found to be healthier.

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