Health > Seniors
24 Feb 2006 13:39 PST
26 Mar 2006 13:39 PST
Hi - I'm looking for research/statistics as to where/how people
research for health and medical information. Obviously, the Internet
will show up as a commonly used source -- but are there any stats as
to what other sources they may use -- word of mouth, TV, newspapers,
magazines, physicians, etc.
Bonus points if the same question can be answered for Adults Age
50+...and even more specifically Women Age 50+.
Thanks very much!
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