Squelching rage when reading “Twitter knows when you’re going to have a heart attack”

January 23, 2015 4:47 PM

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Posted by Gary Schwitzer in Evaluating the quality of evidence, Limits of observational studies, Social media

“Twitter’s fast pace and knack for promoting public spats can surely raise heart rates and get the proverbial blood boiling, but the platform known for hashtags and half-formed thoughts can also predict heart attacks — or at least rates of heart disease.”

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