Austin, TX (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
The dailyRx News Network announced today the most popular health topics viewed and shared during February 2013. dailyRx News publishes and syndicates consumer-centric health information across YouTube, mobile apps, various news aggregators, and to patients through a national network of healthcare providers’ social media channels.
“dailyRx News is streamed across a number of various media platforms, enabling us to provide a relevant user experience to each unique eHealth consumer,” said Donald W. Hackett, CEO and Publisher of dailyRx News. “Our goal is to deliver breaking health news that is accessible by anyone, on any digital device, any time of day, at any point in the healthcare workflow,” Hackett added.
According to the Pew Internet & American Life Project, one in four U.S. adults lives with a disability that interferes with daily activities such as walking up stairs, making decisions, hearing, seeing, bathing, and running errands alone. This same study revealed that 42% of adults living with a disability have looked online for health information.
“With numerous barriers challenging the disabled every day, it is crucial that access to life-saving information and healthy living tips be made as simple as possible,” said Hackett. “The combination of maintaining good health, listening to your healthcare provider, and being active in your health care allows you to live life to the fullest,” Hackett added.
Trending health news throughout dailyRx social media included:
● YouTube - Quit Now, Enjoy an Extra Decade
● Facebook - Women Who "Fat Talk" and "Old Talk"
● Twitter - A Breath of Fresh Air for Cyclists
● Google+ - Can Chocolate Help Your Diet?
About The dailyRx News Network
The 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.