WebMD is an online website that publishes health news. Originally known as Healthscape, the company was founded by internet entrepreneur, Jeff Arnold, in 1998. In 1999, the company merged with Sapient Health Network and Direct Medical Knowledge. Later during that same year, the company merged with Healtheon, which was founded by the Netscape Communications founder Jim Clark. The parent company is Internet Brands. The headquarters are located in New York City, New York. The Chief Executive Officer is Robert N. Brisco. The company is financed by advertising, third-party contributors, and sponsors.
Many people utilize the WebMD website to gain knowledge on health topics and pharmaceutical drugs. WebMD is one of the world’s largest healthcare websites, according to its unique visitors. On the website, you can check out multiple topics. Health A-Z includes information about Common Conditions, including ADD/ADHD, Allergies, Arthritis, Cancer, Cold & Flu, Depression, Diabetes, Eye Health, Heart Disease, Lung Disease, Orthopedics, Pain Management, Sexual Conditions, Skin Problems, and Sleep Disorders. Additional resources include Symptom Checker, Blogs, Podcasts, Message Boards, Questions & Answers, Insurance Guide, Find a Doctor, Children’s Conditions A-Z, and Surgeries & Procedures A-Z. There are other sections on the website, including Drugs & Supplements, Living Healthy, Family & Pregnancy, and News & Experts.
You can sign up on the website easily. The website is free to utilize. You can also sign up for the newsletters. Featured Newsletters are Food & Fitness, Men’s Health, Good Health, Navigating Type 2 Diabetes, Sponsor Informational Materials and Offers, WebMD Daily, What’s New with WebMD, and Women’s Health. Health Condition Newsletters including ADD-ADHD, Alzheimer’s, Allergies & Asthma, and Arthritis. Healthy Living Newsletters including Emotional Wellness, Eye Health, Healthy Bones, Healthy Cats, Healthy Dogs, Oral Health, and WebMD Magazine (Digital Edition). Parenting & Pregnancy Newsletters include Parenting & Children’s Health, Parenting & Child Development Series, and Pregnancy & Baby Bulletin. Print subscriptions of the WebMD Magazine are only offered to physicians and medical facilities.
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