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Status of Health

gagandeep singh
gagandeep singh
from chandigarh
3 years ago

A healthy lifestyle makes you fit, energetic, and less prone to diseases. We are here to help you develop healthy habits, and take good care of yourself.

Edited 3 years ago
Reason: correction
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The Sorcerer
The Sorcerer
from Mumbai
3 years ago

Ahh yes, the 'read my blog post or you'll die of ebola virus' cliche. 

 

 

 

 

 

Your blog posts don't have author's name nor it has a date. Your 'About Us' section is vague. I can't speak for everyone, but you should introduce your team. Saying you're a team of medical experts is not an introduction. Since this is a health blog, you should also mention their qualifications and experience as a medical practitioners/consultants/experts. I hope your team are medical experts because you've mentioned in your terms of use that the site is governed by Indian laws. If someone follows your advice and  if it makes matters worse enough  to file an FIR and a case, suddenly they find out that one is not a medical expert. this is exactly why like date, name, product About Us section is important. It's a foundation. All this anonymity doesn't help to establish any credibility to your site. Furthermore, the person's name in the domain's WHOIS record (Nirdosh Kataria) should be taking care. I am not scaring you, but I am posting the worse case scenario. Terms and conditions of use are from one of those generic sites. yours is a health blog. get one made by a lawyer. 

 

 

 

which brings the question- who is the"Nirdosh Kataria" and who is "Gagandeep Singh", and which one of you is an actual medical expert? In any case, Nirdosh Kataria is responsible for the website and its contents.

 

 

 

 Furthermore, that  ebola post of yours seems to be inspired from Wikipedia. The textbook language makes it very obvious.

 

Where's the local content? Where's the content that actually helps in the real world??? Assuming you are a team of medical experts, you should be having reported numbers of ebola patients in India, talking about the pattern and spread of infections (people travelling from other countries, or physical contact, or lack of proper medical treatment), should people need to consult a family doctor before going to ebola infected countries and take an injection or pills (if there is one). Ebola is scary, but half baked content makes people more scared and end up doing something incredibly stupid. 

 

All this anonymity doesn't help to establish any credibility to your site.

gagandeep singh
gagandeep singh
from chandigarh
3 years ago

First of all, where have we mentioned that we are medial experts? Secondly, it's an informative blog. we provide basic information about health, disease, beauty and fashion. That's all! May I know what's your point of writing this review?