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Searching for online health information has been well studied in web search, but social media, such as public microblogging services, are well known for different types of tacit information: personal experience and shared information. Finding useful information in public microblogging platforms is an on-going hard problem and so to begin to develop a better model of what health information can be found, Twitter posts using the word "depression" were examined as a case study of a search for adoi:10.1145/2637002.2637006 dblp:conf/iiix/WilsonAV14 fatcat:ijfcz2v6lrgetoseylsrhqpynu