Study: Women are more likely to use e-health tools

11/1/2010 | Employee Benefit News

Women are more likely than men to seek online health information, especially concerning weight loss, finds a study by OptumHealth Care Solutions. The study found 64% of women used e-health tools, and 57% of men did. The top priority driving women to participate in an online program was weight loss, while the men most often said they were motivated by the incentives.

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