Communications and Medicine

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Post by Dr. Lorianne Reyes

A lot of debate and preoccupation has been going on around the topic of AI and careers. When machines started to replace manual jobs during the boom of the industrial era, the same concerns existed; many people lost their jobs, so the fear was more than justified, but they also started to think that in a few years all human labor was going to disappear. Yet, here we are.

The same thought process of employees during the industrial revolution is coming back with the introduction of more tangible uses of AI in our daily lives. But, how true is this…


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If you are in the healthcare industry and you have had to deal with adding content to your website, most probably you have heard of SEO (Search Engine Optimization).

SEO is a series of “hacks” used when writing content for websites, that helps your site to be found and ranked by search engines like Google. The better SEO techniques applied to your content, the higher you will rank in Google.

For example, if you are a gastroenterologist, and someone types “gastroenterologist” in their search, your website will be one of the firsts to pop-up if you got a high ranking…


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By Dr. Lorianne Reyes (LoriMD.com)

The web is drowning on health information. Patients are not blind to their conditions and treatment options anymore. And that’s a good thing!

Searching for knowledge about your health is good practice that can help you get better treatment by collaborating with your doctor. But you need to be careful not to fall on the trap of what I call the “fake medical news.”

There are specific characteristics that every credible medical publication should follow, and that any fake medical news won’t have. In this article, I will show you two examples of medical news…

Dr. Lorianne Reyes

Is a Medical Content Writer and Advocate for Evidence-Based Online Medical Information.

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