Teens with chronic pain may find support on YouTube

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  • Wednesday, 08 May 2019


Teens with painful chronic illnesses may find that YouTube can provide a support network, a new study suggests. 

Comments on YouTube videos directed at youth with chronic pain were supportive and encouraging, researchers found. And the information was generally reliable. 

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