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WebMD Launches Health Center for the 2008 Presidential Election
WebMD Health Corp. is the first health portal to provide comprehensive health coverage for the 2008 presidential election. WebMD's "Health Matters in the 2008 Election" center addresses where each presidential candidate stands on health care issues, as well as candid interviews with answers straight from the candidates and expert insights.
The WebMD election site offers a comparison of the candidates' platforms on many health care issues of interest to voters. The site clearly defines the key health care topics for voters, in language that is easy to understand. The WebMD election message board allows visitors to tell their health stories and weigh in on the candidates.
"Whether you are looking for candidates' positions on health insurance, technology or Medicare, WebMD covers the key health issues for the 2008 presidential election," said Wayne Gattinella, President and Chief Executive Officer, WebMD. "As the leading brand of health information, WebMD is committed to providing the health news that matters most to voters throughout the 2008 presidential election."
WebMD's 2008 presidential election coverage is located at http://www.webmd.com/election2008.
WebMD Health Corp. is the leading provider of health information services, serving consumers, physicians, healthcare professionals, employers and health plans through our public and private online portals and health-focused publications. WebMD Health Corp. is a subsidiary of HLTH Corporation.
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