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Our health articles are no substitute for in-person or telemedicine visits with your personal physician. If you want to find out more about health issues to discuss with your own physician, A Bit More Healthy articles are a good starting point. The writers have decades of experience working with scientists, researching medical conditions, and writing useful content. Complex information is understandable to the masses.
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To further elevate the quality of blog content, many health articles are now going through medical and scientific review. On such articles, you may notice the reviewer’s name just below the title. You can click their name to bring up a list of all articles reviewed by that professional.
For articles without a reviewer, you will see the estimated read time in its place. Hover over the read time on desktop computers to see the article word count. It is our hope that additional scientific reviewers will contribute to more accuracy. We want hundreds of thousands of readers like you to remain A Bit More Healthy and happy.
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Most health articles include supporting references. Some people cherish them while others feel they are superfluous. The references can extend your personal research into a topic. If there are just a few citations, the references may be visible to all. Most often, login is necessary to access them.
Some articles have a half dozen or more references. When lengthy, they are visible when you login and hover your cursor over that area. Alternatively, you can shrink the browser window below 1008 pixels (or turn some tablets to portrait view—resolutions vary).
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