Table of Contents
- What health articles did I write in March 2017?
- Here are the health articles I’ve authored on other websites
- Here are the NEW “done for you”, pre-written articles that you can buy and upload to your health and wellness website in minutes
- Special Offer for Wellness Professionals for April, May & June
- Can I help you with your health & wellness content?
What health articles did I write in March 2017?
As a health writer, I rely on the science to guide my articles.
I don’t start my research with a perspective, or an “angle.” I start it with a PubMed search for keywords.
And sometimes, I’m surprised with what I find. Especially when it comes to new research that I haven’t heard about.
I find that a lot of the health advice on the internet is based on very preliminary science. Like not-even-studied-in-people-yet science.
Did you know that the end of each research paper has a section called the “Discussion?” That is the part where the scientists discuss their results, and put it into context with other research on the same topic.
They discuss whether their results are similar to other studies. And why or why not.
They discuss difficulties they had, and the strengths and weaknesses of their study design.
But most importantly, they discuss the potential implications of the results of their research.
Implications like whether the research applies to certain health conditions, or whether it should be considered to prevent or treat people. What side effects they expect. And what other areas still need more research.
Health science is an iterative process. All science is. A process that painstakingly looks at detail by detail to try to eventually understand more about how the body works. And eventually when there is a clear picture, legitimate health recommendations can be made.
Some people “jump the gun.” Sometimes, health recommendations are made way (WAY) before there is barely enough evidence to support it. Sometimes results are misinterpreted, or blown totally out of proportion. Sometimes they’re “cherry picked,” where only results that support an initial point of view (or “angle”) are referenced.
And that’s not awesome!
Unfortunately, this results in what I call #hypeforhope. Hyping up the information to fuel someone’s hope.
And that’s something I am very conscious not to do.
Every month I’m proud to present the thoroughly-researched health articles that I write. I actually write a lot more of them, but if they’re “ghostwritten,” my name isn’t on them. 🙂
Have a look at some of the health articles I’ve written this past month.
Here are the NEW “done for you”, pre-written articles that you can buy and upload to your health and wellness website in minutes
(HINT: There are more in the works for April, so stay tuned! Here’s a link to all of the done for you pre-written posts for your perusal.)
Special Offer for Wellness Professionals for April, May & June
What if I can give you a week off from creating content this month for the cost of one (nutritious whole food) lunch and smoothie?
I want to give you a steep discount on an article that you can publish on your blog this month.
But I don’t know which article you want – So tell me, please!
Every month I am going to choose four done-for-you pre-written blog articles and you can vote for which one you want discounted.
Then, for the rest of that month, that article price will drop from CAD$37 to CAD$17.
These are already researched, written and edited (you can read the introductions and click on each of the references to check them out).
Each one has taken me 4-8 hours to create, so I’m saving you TIME (and letting you borrow my “science brain”)!
Then you can see which one got the most votes and just buy it, download it to your computer, and upload it to your blog as your own content.
And waaay less time than creating a post from scratch!
You can even add your own image, personalize it a bit, and BOOM a brand-spanking new blog post in almost no time for just CAD$17.
And then, we’ll do it again next month.
Leesa Klich, is a health writer and content strategist for busy wellness professionals. She translates the science of health and wellness into understandable and fun articles. You can download a free copy of her ebook “The Real Deal About Calcium and Your Bones” on her website at leesaklich.com.
Can I help you with your health & wellness content?
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