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HealthyPlace Loses Accreditation

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  1. It’s also very poorly written. You would think they would bother to hire a professional writer if they’re going to display advertising copy disguised as neutral information. Then again, it’s a poor disguise — it seems obvious that it is an advertisement for Lexapro. Neutral sites don’t spell it in all caps, for one thing.

  2. What can be done to bring HealthyPlace its content back up to the HONcode principles? Is there anything that we, as users of the website can do to help this process? Besides being a regular visitor to the site, there is a lot of information I wish I had copied from the site to have it now under the circumstances.

  3. What can be done to bring HealthyPlace its content back up to the HONcode principles? Is there anything that we, as users of the website can do to help this process? Besides being a regular visitor to the site, there is a lot of information I wish I had copied from the site to have it now under the circumstances.

 

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