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Twitter And Everyday Health Launch Global Real-Time Content Partnership “HealthBeat”

Social healthcare is the hot button topic of the year, and Twitter is scientists and sociologists’ dream as a petri dish of research data.

Twitter has helped track flu outbreaks, source vaccine research, and fight obesity in kids.

And companies are paying attention. Twitter and Everyday Health, Inc., a comScore Top 50 media company creating original health and wellness content, have announced a global content partnership to provide real-time health information and breaking news to the Twitter community.

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Twitter Wants Healthcare Marketers To Start Tweeting

Twitter is actively courting healthcare marketers, appearing at San Francisco’s Health 2.0 conference on Monday to talk about the surge in health-related tweets that users are sending, and to encourage marketers to jump on this trend.
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Social Volume: Most Popular Topics On Twitter During The Presidential Debate

The presidential debates set a new Twitter record for the most-tweeted-about US political event in history with over 10 million tweets sent during the hour and a half event. And this infographic explores what topics got the Twitterverse really fired up.
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How Twitter Can Help Save Lives

The healthcare industry has a tough time on social media. They have to balance instant, transparent communication with the legal ramification of offering health advice through a tweet as well as patient privacy. But a new case study from Atlanta, Georgia’s Emory Healthcare shows how all of this can be juggled, and in a crisis situation too.
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