This report presents the results of the first comprehensive and large-scale investigation of Qatari teenagers’ health-information and healthmonitoring behavior. A survey of more than 1,100 Qataris, 13 to 20 years old, conducted in spring 2017, addressed which health issues they are most concerned about, how often they use various types of health monitoring tools and communication platforms to seek health information, how satisfied they are with what they get through these platforms and tools, how much they trust health information channels, and whether they have ever attempted to change their behavior due to health information or digital health tools.

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