Published in Health and Medicine Week, November 1st, 2004
Using interactive computer tools does improve the medical knowledge of people with diabetes, asthma or other chronic conditions, and does provide them with positive feelings of social support, according to researchers reviewing 28 randomized controlled trials involving 4042 participants. But there was no evidence that cyber-medicine help people change their behavior and startling evidence that it may leave them in worse health.
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