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WEB MD http://www.webmd.com/
The editors and reporters bring their experience from some of the world's most respected newsrooms such as National Public Radio, CNN, Chicago Sun-Times, Associated Press, Time-Life Reuters Health to name a few. The editors' select the most important and relevant health events occurring on a given day. They often contain interviews with the medical researchers who authored them, plus interviews with objective experts who can put the research into context and tell the reader what it means in today's world. Accuracy
WebMD provides valuable health information, tools for managing health, and support to those who seek information. The content is credible & timely. WebMD's responsibility is to make a clear distinction between news and other information, so readers can readily distinguish independent editorial information from paid, promotional information and other non-news content. They also provide current & seasonal interest such as “Allergy Seasons”, "Back to School Health;" public health awareness, such as "Breast Cancer Awareness Month," "Diabetes Awareness Month," and "Healthy Heart Month;" and emerging health trends. Reasonableness
It is committed to providing information on a wide variety of health topics. It rely on the reader, to choose the information that is most appropriate for them. It also made readers aware that information on WebMD should not be used as a substitute for professional healthcare. Support
The majority of stories originate from studies published in peer-reviewed medical journals. The WebMD content staff blends award-winning expertise in medicine, journalism, health communication and content creation to bring the best health information possible. The Independent Medical Review Board continuously reviews the site for accuracy and timeliness American Heart http://www.americanheart.org/
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