Published on in Vol 6, No 2 (2022): February

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/33941, first published .
Exploring Relationships Between Tweet Numbers and Over-the-counter Drug Sales for Allergic Rhinitis: Retrospective Analysis

Exploring Relationships Between Tweet Numbers and Over-the-counter Drug Sales for Allergic Rhinitis: Retrospective Analysis

Exploring Relationships Between Tweet Numbers and Over-the-counter Drug Sales for Allergic Rhinitis: Retrospective Analysis

Journals

  1. Huang A, Chan E, Stave C, Patel Z, Hwang P, Chang M. Social Media Utilization in Otolaryngology: A Scoping Review. The Laryngoscope 2023;133(10):2447 View
  2. Sano Y, Hori A, Kolahi J. 12-year observation of tweets about rubella in Japan: A retrospective infodemiology study. PLOS ONE 2023;18(5):e0285101 View
  3. Akasaki Y, Iwagami M, Sung J, Nagino K, Adachi T, Morita H, Tamari M, Kainuma K, Kan‐o K, Ogata H, Sakashita M, Futamura M, Kurashima Y, Nakajima S, Masaki K, Ogawa Y, Sato S, Miyagawa A, Midorikawa‐Inomata A, Fujimoto K, Okumura Y, Fujio K, Huang T, Hirosawa K, Morooka Y, Nakao S, Murakami A, Kobayashi H, Inomata T. Impact of COVID‐19 on care‐seeking patterns for hay fever in Japan: A retrospective claims database cohort study. Allergy 2023 View