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Healthline: Nominated Website for 12th Annual Webby Awards




The 12th Annual Webby Awards has nominated Healthline for Best Health Website for 2008! For those of you who are unfamiliar with the Webby Awards, they are the “Oscars of the Internet”. This is the second Webby nomination Healthline has received in three years.

This Webby nomination is a tribute to the Healthline team’s hard work creating innovative clinical applications like Symptom Search and Drug Search. Healthline continually works to bring quality content (some exclusive) from top medical publishers such as StayWell, Harvard Health Publications, Natural Standard, including video content from Healthology, to the consumer health information web. Sex tips from Self magazine to in-depth Advance Reading on specific disease topics like Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA) from Elsevier, a publisher whose content is usually only available to clinicians for a fee, can be found free of charge on Healthline.com.

Out of nearly ten thousand entries this year, Healthline was selected over several of our better-known competitors. Healthline is also eligible for the People’s Voice Webby. To win the People’s Voice Webby, we need to secure votes from regular people like you, me, our friends and relatives. If you believe Healthline deserves this prestigious award (and we know you do!), please cast your vote for Healthline at the Webby’s People’s Voice award: http://peoplesvoice.webbyawards.com/. We have until the end of April to get out the vote … so vote early, and vote often! Winners will be announced on May 6, 2008 and honored at The 12th Annual Webby Awards in New York City on June 10th.

Please pass this great news along to your friends and encourage them to vote as well! Thank you for your continued support of Healthline Networks.



Cowritten by Colby Zintl, Director of Communications, Healthline Networks, Inc.

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