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ADD and Sponsorship Policy

Health goals are to be your most trusted partner in health and well-being. We are committed to bringing you your official, accessible and effective content by motivating and directing you, possible prospective health outcomes for you and your family. The reality is that funding from our advertisers gives us more conditions and gives more expert experience, including videos, animations and inputs from different types of experts. Make sure that we are completely integral to our editorial autonomy. In addition to the inputs of broad subject areas, we do not allow sponsors to influence the content we created.

Here are some specific guidelines we follow:
1. We choose advertising
We are solely responsible for determining the ads that will be accepted and displayed on We reserve the right to withdraw, cancel or remove any advertisement from, at any time and for any reason. We will provide prompt notice with ads immediately after the removal, termination, or removal of an advertisement. We reserve the right to determine the appropriate positions of advertisements.

2. We do not approve any products.
Although the products may appear on our site, in no event will the acceptance of an advertisement be considered for the company (s) or service (s) for the sale of our product (s) and / or service (s) or for the manufacture, sale or promotion of that product.

3. We will not accept specific types of advertisements
We will not accept such advertisements which are true mistakes and / or in our opinion, in poor taste. We do not allow any ads to be displayed for illegal or offensive products at any time. Ads must not contain deceptive, deceptive, or objectionable material, including content that is confusing, frustrating, or attacking an individual or group based on age, color, national origin, race, religion, sexuality, sexual orientation or disability. Advertisements will not be related to the combination or urgency of alcohol, firearms, ammunition, fireworks, gambling, pornography, tobacco, or newspaper. Advertisers must offer easy product or service only for purchase at the advertised price (with well-known tax and delivery fees). Advertising must explicitly identify the advertiser. An advertisement that can be misconstrued as editorial content will be labeled as an advertisement.

4. We clearly distinguish advertising from editorial content.
In each case, we maintain a separate separation between advertising and editorial content. All ads on are clearly and accurately identified. Clicking on an ad will take the user to the center of the sponsor’s website or the health website’s website. As Sponsored Resource Centers are labeled, the name of the sponsor’s entity is displayed.

5. Definitely and nonsponsored content we definitely distinguish between.
In time, we look for patronage from trusted and trusted research institutions, manufacturers and other service providers. Sponsorships provide financial benefits to the, but it benefits our users by providing current information on health care, medicine and treatment. When content is provided or affected by a paid sponsor, we take precise steps to ensure that users do not confuse sponsored content in their original editorial content of’s. Editorial content created by an advertiser – original advertisement, branded content, or advertisers – is reviewed by our editorial policy and our editorial staff. We differentiate between any content that is sponsored by a sponsor by identifying it in a label: “Advertising,” “Sponsors,” “From Our Sponsors,” “Sponsored Assets,” “Posting,” “You,” or ” From our partners. ”
6. We clearly part the content that is part of a cobranded program.
Occasionally the will partner with our mission and products and services aligned. We recommend these products and services vet for quality and only what we think is really valuable for our users. When you sign up for the service, you receive a part of the individual revenue but any cobranded content that is not responsible for the delivery of goods or services will include a “What this” link in which users interpret a page which describes the nature of the partnership.