When text simplification is not enough: Could a graph-based visualization facilitate consumers’ comprehension of dietary supplement information?

Xing He, Rui Zhang, Jordan Alpert, Sicheng Zhou, Terrence Adam, Aantaki Raisa, Yifan Peng, Hansi Zhang, Yi Guo & Jiang Bian
Background: Dietary supplements are widely used. However, dietary supplements are not always safe. For example, an estimated 23,000 emergency room visits every year in the United States were attributed to adverse events related to dietary supplement use. With the rapid development of the Internet, consumers usually seek health information including dietary supplement information online. To help consumers access quality online dietary supplement information, we have identified trustworthy dietary supplement information sources and built an evidence-based...
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