Advertising Policy

    Disclaimer on Endorsement of Advertised Products or Services

    Our acceptance of any advertisement on our site should not be construed as an endorsement of the advertised product(s) and/or service(s), nor of the company behind them. 

    Policy on Acceptable Advertisements

    We will not allow certain types of advertisements on its network at any time. These categories include but are not limited to, advertisements for products or services that are illegal, objectionable, ineffective, or dangerous fraudulent or deceptive materials, offensive or discriminatory materials, alcohol, weapons, firearms, ammunition, gambling, pornography, tobacco, simulated news or emergencies, advertisements directed towards children under the age of 13, references to “M” rated video games, advertisements with unreasonable or exaggerated product claims, flashing or strobing media, advertisements with unsubstantiated weight loss or cure claims, and advertisements that mimic computer functions or trick users into clicking.

    Identification of Ads and Editorial Content

    We maintain a clear distinction between advertisements and editorial content on our properties. Ads are labeled as such, and clicking on an ad will redirect the user to the advertiser’s site or a sponsor’s resource center.

    The distinction between Sponsored and Non-Sponsored Content

    Our partners are trusted and credible organizations for sponsorships, which provide financial benefits to us and offer valuable information on health services, medications, and treatments to our users.

    Affiliate Program and E-commerce Links

    Our team may include links to relevant products in their articles, and we may receive payments for such promotions. 

    Advertisers Responsibilities

    The Advertiser holds the responsibility of adhering to all local and international laws and regulations related to their advertising on our site. This includes incorporating all legally required labels, disclosures, and statements in the advertising, particularly conforming to the FDA’s current directives for Direct to Physician (DTP) and Direct to Consumer (DTC) advertising.