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Health News for Consumer and Professional eHealth Portals

Health and medical information changes rapidly—even hourly. New studies and findings are reported daily. It is imperative for eHealth portals to stay up-to-date with these studies and findings to encourage their visitors to bookmark and visit daily. eHealth portals can easily incorporate HealthDay's daily consumer or professional medical news into their websites to achieve this goal.

Every HealthDay article (for both consumer and professional audiences) is written in an evidence-based fashion using sources and interviews from leading medical journals, the most important medical conferences, top medical specialists, and special reports from government institutions and health care providers.

Consumer eHealth Portals

HealthDay provides the most important evidence-based health news stories of the day, updated seven times throughout the day to ensure your visitors always have access to the most current health news issues. Readers will return day after day to retrieve this credible and timely health and wellness information.

Is your portal dedicated to a specific condition or disease?

HealthDayoffers specialty news feeds encompassing any number of its 700 topics including: allergy, asthma, diabetes, heart disease, women's health, men's health, children's health, heart health, mental health, infectious diseases, cancer, and more.

A one-year archive of more than 5,000 documents is included in this news license. Also included is the opportunity to incorporate HealthDay news into your eHealth newsletters and RSS/Mobile applications.

HealthDay's consumer eHealth portals clients include: MSN Health, EverydayHealth, ShareCare from Dr. Oz, Revolution Health, iVillage, HealthGrades and many more.

Professional Medical eHealth Portals

HealthDay's Physician's Briefing professional medical news service contains 15 stories per day (M-F) covering up-to-the-minute news about the latest research from medical journals, medical conferences and government initiatives.

A two-year news archive of 7,500+ documents is included with this news license. This archive should become a key content resource on your website. Your news license also allows you to send HealthDay's Physician's Briefing news including journal summaries and conference summaries by specialty via electronic newsletter and mobile applications.

HealthDay's professional medical eHealth portal clients include: Epocrates,, and more.

Additional HealthDay news service features for consumer or professional eHealth portals:

  • Stories are written by HealthDay's award-winning reporters and editors who specialize in health and medical news reporting.
  • Stories are XML-tagged for easy posting.
  • Topic tags allow our health news headlines to instantly populate a specific health topic or physician specialty webpage and provide the most relevant search results for your readers.
  • Feeds are available in multiple languages, including Spanish and Japanese.

Put HealthDay to Work for You

To see how our health news licensing and syndication services and products can benefit your business or organization contact us.

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