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Where Retiree News get our medical posts

March 14, 2021

Several Retiree News readers asked about the sources for the medical posts. Generally, our medial posts come from three websites – Medical News Today, WebMD, and Everyday Health. We do link Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) information occasionally. However, CDC articles tend to be directive rather than informative.

Following are quick summaries of each found on their websites.

Medical News Today, part of Healthline Media UK, is one of the fastest growing health information sites in the United States. Every month, more than 70 million people come to Medical News Today for our in-depth health content and the latest news in medical research. Consider us your intellectual peer. We unravel the complexities of health information and make it easy to understand.

We take a deep dive into medical research of the past and present, and we break it down to give you the clear-cut facts. Ultimately, we want you to be confident in making informed health decisions for yourself and your loved ones. Using peer reviewed studies and reputable sources, our knowledgeable and curious editors and writers create more than 250 pieces of content every month. More if you’re interested.

WebMD has created an organization that we believe fulfills the promise of health information on the Internet. We provide credible information, supportive communities, and in-depth reference material about health subjects that matter to you. We are a source for original and timely health information as well as material from well-known content providers.

The WebMD content staff blends award-winning expertise in journalism, content creation, community services, expert commentary, and medical review to give our users a variety of ways to find what they are looking for. More if you’re interested

At Everyday Health, we view wellness through a humanized and personal lens that focuses on one’s physical, emotional, intellectual, and work life.

We know that, today, people are the point of care, which is why we design our content experiences for what we call the Chief Wellness Consumer: mobile-first millennials, desktop boomers, multitasking parents, concerned caregivers, wellness-conscious warriors, and symptom solvers for whom health decisions are multifaceted.

Everyday Health bridges the gap between lifestyle and medical websites by delivering trusted health information and resources along with the stories, tips, tools, and insights of the day’s most influential and compelling voices, role models, and celebrities.

More if you’re interested

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