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Join HealthDay for #RelationshipChat

TUESDAY, Feb. 11, 2014 (HealthDay News) -- Have questions about online relationships? Join @HealthDayEditor on Twitter tomorrow, Wed. Feb 12, with HealthDay's Chief Medical Officer @DrCindyHaines and @MayoClinic when we co-host a conversation to discuss everything from netiquette to personal relationships. We will be joined by experts from the University of Pennsylvania, Cleveland Clinic, Seattle Children's Hospital, University of Alabama at Birmingham and the Center on Media and Child Health.

This Twitter Chat, moderated by health journalist @BrophyMarcus via @HealthDayEditor, will address topics such as how to communicate with clients, how to safely meet potential partners online, and how social media can be used to enhance family ties. You're invited to join the conversation on Wednesday, Feb. 12 at 1 p.m. ET.

For a full hour, follow along for suggestions on how to manage communications given privacy limitations, the best venues to use when communicating personal information with teachers and doctors, and how to speak with children about Internet safety. We will also provide helpful resources so that you can utilize technology to improve relationships in a healthy way!

Date: Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014

Time: 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET

Hashtag: #RelationshipChat

Participants: @DrCindyHaines, @MayoClinic, @NHanson22, @PennMedNews, @JHudakPhD, @ClevelandClinic, @PediatricPulse, @SeattleMamaDoc, @CMCH_Boston, and @DrJoshK

Host: @HealthDayEditor and @MayoClinic

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