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Statistics January–June 2019 (6 x 2)
|Avg Pages Visited||1.44||100%|
Countries January–June 2019 (6 x 2)
States January–June 2019 (6 x 2)
|New York, USA||11,540||5%|
Devices January–June 2019 (6 x 2)
Operating Systems January–August 15, 2019
Devices January–June 2019 (6 x 2)
Overlapping Interests for 44.6% Visitors
Ages for 44.6% Visitors
Most popular 2019 health articles:
It’s Dysautonomia, Not LazinessCure Vertigo With WaterIs Your Body Craving B12?Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of LymphomaWhat Your Sputum Indicates About Your HealthSkin Eruptions Signal Underlying Disorders
Statistics For 2018 (12 months)
|Avg Pages Visited||1.65||100%|
|USA PV 65%||237,923|
|New York PV||10,110|
Most popular 2018 health articles:
It’s Dysautonomia, Not LazinessCure Vertigo With WaterIs Your Body Craving B12?CT and PET Scan vs MRIWhat is a Lipoma?How Much Testosterone is Normal For Your Age?
Statistics For 2017 (12 months)
|Avg Pages Visited||1.64||103%|
|New York PV||8,286|
Most popular 2017 health articles:
It’s Dysautonomia, Not LazinessCure Vertigo With WaterCT and PET Scan vs MRIEnjoy Unripened AvocadosIs Your Body Craving B12?Dizzy in The Mold, Not in the Head
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As of August 2019, there is an average of 30,000 pageviews per month on ClinicalPosters.com. A Bit More Healthy newsletter subscribers receive a monthly summary of new articles. Subscription grants full access to health articles. Each article gets a bookmark on Pinterest, a social media site, where ClinicalPosters has 28,000 followers with millions of monthly viewers.
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