"Someone has a symptom and they want to know -- right now -- what it might mean." "The Empowered Patient" asked Google and Yahoo to tell us what health information you're looking for, both on computers and on mobile phones.
There was a pretty clear difference between what you want to know when you're at your desk versus on your phone. Part of the reason sex-related searches are more common on phones is that mobile health searchers tend to be in their 20s and 30s, Fox says, the typical age for pregnancy and for multiple partners.
Cullen is hopeful that a cure for herpes could come within 10 years, once funding hurdles are crossed. Despite funding challenges, Cullen and his team are inching closer to a cure.
They conducted a study recently that identified the pathway herpes takes as it infects.
(CNN) -- One day, Google's chief health strategist, Dr.It's the first time Pew has surveyed health searches on cell phones."Health questions don't crop up at convenient times or in convenient places," says Susannah Fox, author of the report.The plaintiffs are Israeli, Liberian, Fijian, Panamanian, Armenian and Kosavar. Yahoo said they do not comment on ongoing litigation.From Lloyd Bartley, Bowling Green, Kentucky “How close are scientists to developing a cure for herpes, figuratively speaking will we be seeing a break through in 10, 20, or even 30 years?The lawsuit references the now-famous hack back in September, where half a BILLION users had their personal info stolen by what Yahoo said were "state-sponsored" hackers.