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Date:3/26/2013

eased opportunities with key advertisers, while serving the important role of providing patients with timely and relevant information from a trusted source,” says Dr. John M. Grohol, PsyD, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Psych Central.

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Vertical Health, LLC is the leading online health information platform for consumers, physicians, and healthcare professionals. Vertical Health owns and operates online portals, including spineuniverse.com, endocrineweb.com, practicalpainmanagement.com, and diabeticlifestyle.com. It’s Editorial Board of leading medical professionals and extensive experience in musculoskeletal diseases, endocrine disorders, and pain management provide all the tools patients and professionals need to make better, more informed decisions—ultimately improving patient outcomes. It is this quality and focus that make Vertical Health a leading media resource for reaching highly targeted patients and healthcare professionals.

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Psych Central, located at http://www.PsychCentral.com, is the Internet's leading independent mental health network, and features original peer-reviewed editorial content, news, research briefs, clinical trials, ratings and reviews of medications and treatments, the popular World of Psychology blog—as well as dozens of additional professional blogs—and more
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