What effect, if any, do anti-vaccination social media messages have on actual vaccination behavior? A new study using big data and survey results from the 2018-19 flu season finds strong associations between regional social media messages and vaccination attitudes and behavior. But when there are negative associations between social media content and vaccination, real-life discussions with family and friends appear to eliminate them.
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