AUSTIN, Texas, April 23, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- dailyRx News Network announced today the most popular health topics viewed and shared during March 2013. dailyRx News publishes and syndicates consumer-centric health information across YouTube, mobile apps, various news aggregators, as well as through a national network of healthcare providers' social media channels.
"As the digital age evolves, a growing number of adults are using their smartphones and tablets to research health news and information," said Donald W. Hackett, CEO and Publisher of dailyRx News. "It is important that on-the-go eHealth consumers have access to a trusted digital health news resource at their fingertips," Hackett added.
According to Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism, digital news consumption was up to 50% in 2012, increasing from 44% in 2010. In addition, a study by InSite Consulting found that 42% of people turn to TV as their primary and initial device in breaking news situations, with 66% then using the Internet to further investigate stories.
Health conditions generating notable viewer engagement on dailyRx.com last month included:
March's most-viewed medications included:
Trending health news throughout dailyRx social media included:
- YouTube - Quit Now, Enjoy An Extra Decade
- Facebook - Bald is Beautiful, But Beware
- Twitter - Under the Tongue to Stop the Sneeze
- Google+ - Know Your Diabetes Risk
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dailyRx News Network is an emerging leader in publishing health news for consumers and patients alike. dailyRx publishes, aggregates, and syndicates doctor-reviewed news covering a wide range of health conditions, medications, over-the-counter products, and nutraceutical compounds. dailyRx's original content is written in positive, unbiased, easy-to-understand language and reviewed for accuracy by doctors, pharmacists, and therapists. dailyRx, Inc. is a Patient Conversation Media company.
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