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Recognizing that each person has their own unique health questions, we developed a model that combines personalized information and social support to help people address their individual concerns. After extensive research and development, Wellsphere launched WellPages, powered by its innovative Health Knowledge EngineTM, enabling users to quickly and efficiently find comprehensive, personal answers and support for their specific health needs – all on one personalized webpage. Wellsphere’s unique ability to quickly and efficiently answer user’s specific health needs has made Wellsphere.com one of the leading consumer health websites in the world.
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Onward, then. You may note that they loaded up the entire blog over there, including all the political posts (the health and fitness stuff is all mixed in there, too). I asked Dr. Geoff Rutledge if he was sure he wanted all that stuff in there and, apparently they don't mind.