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WebMD Health Corp., an Internet Brands company and a leader in health information services for consumers and healthcare professionals, announced the acquisition of ADDitude, a multi-channel platform supporting people with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, their caregivers, and professionals in the ADHD treatment space.
WebMD launches WebMD PracticePro, the most comprehensive patient engagement solution for medical practices
WebMD PracticePro provides medical practices the most comprehensive set of growth tools available to engage patients at every step of the patient journey
Employees have not been getting the kind of support they need from their employers to better manage their emotional and physical health during the pandemic, according to the results of a new report from WebMD Health Services, a subsidiary of WebMD Health Corp.
WebMD Health Corp., an Internet Brands company and a leader in health information services for physicians, other healthcare professionals and consumers, announced that it has entered into an agreement to acquire coliquio, a German-based information and education platform for healthcare professionals.
WebMD and Twitter announced a partnership that marks the first content collaboration between Twitter and a health care platform.
The latest poll from WebMD on Covid-19 vaccine acceptance finds that nearly 55% of respondents are planning to get a vaccine within the first year of availability, and 42% within the first six months.
With millions of Americans facing financial hardship, WebMD and Krames announced a new program designed to connect patients with pharmaceutical assistance programs, which can provide medications at low or no cost to those who cannot afford them.
Fewer than half of all people responding to a new WebMD poll say they plan to get a vaccine for Covid-19 within the first year of availability, and only one in four would get a vaccine in the first three months.
A new poll from WebMD finds that concern about coronavirus is on the rise, with more people worried about the pandemic now than at any point since early April.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is scheduled to appear on WebMD, the world's leading source for trustworthy medical information and timely health news, this Friday, July 17, 2020, speaking with Dr. John Whyte, WebMD's Chief Medical Officer.
WebMD announced that accomplished journalist and senior digital content executive Leah Gentry has joined the organization as Group Vice President, Content.
WebMD Health Services has integrated a weekly podcast on mental health issues – including those emerging during the COVID-19 pandemic – to provide employers with timely, evidence-based insights to support their employees' mental and emotional well-being.
WebMD Poll Finds Nearly One in 10 People Believe They Had Covid-19 in Last 30 Days, But Few Were Tested
Rates Higher in New York City Metro Area Findings Mirror Studies Showing Prevalence Likely Far Higher than Official Reports
WebMD has launched a new Covid-19 Symptom Checker to give consumers who are concerned they may have the virus practical next steps based on their symptoms and personal profile.
WebMD is launching a new daily brief for health and medical media highlighting informative content about the coronavirus pandemic from our site. Feel free to share this content and links with your audience. https://www.webmd.com/coronavirus
WebMD Health Corp., an Internet Brands company and the leader in health information services for consumers, physicians, and other healthcare professionals, announced that it has acquired The StayWell Company, a subsidiary of Merck, known as MSD outside the United States and Canada.
God's Love We Deliver, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, and Advocates in Violence Prevention, Environmental Justice, Immigrant Mental Health, and Black Maternal Mortality Recognized for Their Work in Social Justice
WebMD Health Services Survey Finds Millennial Women in the Workplace Struggle with Stress, Loneliness and Isolation in Their Personal Lives, and Want Their Employers' Help
Working women caring for children experience loneliness, isolation and stress at far greater rates than others and are looking to their employers to help them better manage these issues, according to the results of a new survey from WebMD Health Services.
Majority Embrace Pro-Active, Healthy Aging, But Dialogue Not Happening with Health Care Providers
New WebMD-The John A. Hartford Foundation Survey Finds Many Incorrectly Believe Depression, Dementia and Lack of Mobility are Inevitable