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Does Your Smartphone Go Next To The Salad Fork Or The Soup Spoon?

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Katherine Leon says she spends up to 12 hours a day online interacting with others who share her rare heart condition. Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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Patients Find Each Other Online To Jump-Start Medical Research

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Employers have been asking for prospective employees' Facebook username and passwords to do some extra research on whom they may be hiring. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Drug Companies Are Shy About Sharing On Facebook

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