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With the growing ubiquity of user-generated online content via social networking sites like Twitter.

– A perspective article titled Using Social Media for Research and Public Health Surveillance, was written by Paul Eke of the Centers for Disease Control. Can extensive stated that the extensive reach of Twitter currently successfully used in public health health health information on the segments of the public who access Twitter, but there are significant limitations and challenges that Twitter and its data products to overcome be used for routine monitoring of public health.

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