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CDC is committed to preventing infertility and its burden on women and families. We work with other federal agencies and nonprofit organizations providing data and evidence about infertility, including its causes and consequences. As a small team, we may not be able to respond to those we are unable to accept the pitch from, please understand this is not personal.

We cover mindfulness, food, movement, health, relationships, beauty, essential oils and more things pertaining to women’s health & wellness specifically. Please send an introduction to you and an abstract of the story/idea with a punchy headline and two examples of your published work to – please do not send an article that has been published elsewhere. All editorial will be checked for duplication or plagiarism. Though our goal is to deliver quality information to women over 35, some members of the audience won’t be familiar with certain health topics and can be intimidated by medical jargon that they are unfamiliar with. Your posts will boost the number of visits and SEO by using your site’s connections or services.

 

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She can be found running, reading, sweating in some form, or chasing after her two kids when she’s not editing content and dreaming up new ideas. We love pieces that are bold and challenging, that encourage our readers to look at particular issues from a new perspective or teach them something new. When you are pitching, bear in mind why you are the best person to write this.

The Blogs aims to acknowledge you with medical knowledge that we’ve come across through learning and evaluation that most for us are unaware of. While we encourage the use of different media like videos, images, infographics, etc. in all your articles, you must make sure they are relevant. Unnecessary/irrelevant use of media in your content can lead to rejection. Also, make sure that you own the intellectual rights to all media used or add proper attribution to all media used. At Health Dedicate, we not only aim to impart useful information to our readers, but we also strive to do that in the most lucid way possible. So, while we want all posts to be a good source of useful information, we also require them to be easy to read and understand for the layman.

We do not accept content from marketing agencies on behalf of their clients. We only accept content from bloggers and health experts. Read more about some other common reproductive health concerns for women. A woman’s reproductive systemexternal icon is a delicate and complex system in the body.

We provide an amazing experience to all the enthusiastic writers through such opportunity. Writers can share their knowledge to our global audience to help them improve their health. Amanda Lucci (she/her) is the deputy editor of content strategy at Women’s Health and a NASM-certified personal trainer. She has more than 10 years of experience writing, editing, and managing social media strategy for national and international publications. Our editorial team oversees the creation and development of all our content and brings you breaking health news and everlasting health topics that you’re searching for. We prioritize the integrity of our content and are not influenced by sponsors.

Health was founded in 1981 as a publication focusing on a healthy lifestyle for women. Since then,Health has expanded to cover health and wellness information for everyone and reaches over 120 million people annually. Although we are absolutely against puffery, bluff, and repetitive information, we prefer articles that are at least 1500 words long. This is usually to ensure that our readers get full information about the topic being discussed.

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