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@TechnicalJones: Health Social Life

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Check out the new @ Report by  @SusannahFox -

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The Social Life of Health Information, 2011

"The internet has changed people's relationships with information. Our data consistently show that doctors, nurses, and other health professionals continue to be the first choice for most people with health concerns, but online resources, including advice from peers, are a significant source of health information in the U.S.

As broadband and mobile access spreads, more people have the ability - and increasingly, the habit - of sharing what they are doing or thinking. In health care this translates to people tracking their workout routines, posting reviews of their medical treatments, and raising awareness about certain health conditions."


For more on Talking Technology with Leroy Jones, Jr. 
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Pew Internet


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@TechnicalJones: mHealth and Strokes

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@TechnicalJones: mHealth Term - Feature Phone

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mHealth Term - Feature Phone

Definition: A low-end mobile phone that has less computing ability than a smartphone.

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@TechnicalJones: mHealth & Floods

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Check out this article from May 2010 about
mHealth and the Nashville, Tennessee floods:

Tennessee flood brings mHealth insights


Will this information and experience be of help to
the people of Memphis?





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@TechnicalJones: Tech Term - Spam Filter

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Spam Filter

Definition:
Is a software program that sorts incoming mail in order to identify and pull out junk mail, also known as spam. A spam filter can be installed on an Internet mail server, on a private network server, or on a personal computer.

Spam is not only bothersome but can be used for spreading malicious code like viruses and Trojans, and for perpetuating phishing scams.

For these reasons and more, a spam filter is a great way to help protect your computer or network and cut out junk mail.

A spam filter works by comparing parameters in incoming mail to lists of configurable rules.

For example, a spam filter can be set to check the subject heading of incoming mail for terms associated with pharmaceuticals and other common spam products.

The sender field might also be filtered for ranges of IP address associated with spammers or marketers.



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