Health Net and UCLA School of Public Health Expand T2X Health Literacy Social Media Program to All Teens Nationwide

January 2012
Biomedical Market Newsletter;1/14/2012, Vol. 21, p1
The article reports on an announcement made by Health Net Inc. and the UCLA School of the Public Health related to the expansion of Teen2Xtreme (T2X), a health literacy social media program. It informs that previously, the program was in its testing phase but now it may be accessed by the all the teenagers of the U.S. It further informs that the program contains the issues related to the lifestyle of the teenagers.


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