WESTON, Florida, July 20, 2016 /PRNewswire-HISPANIC PR WIRE/ -- The publication of the articles will be in two different media. In the traditional printed media SALUD al dia magazine; where only the article will be published in the Spanish version and in the website (www.saludaldiamagazine.net) where the same article will be published in both, English and Spanish version. The videos also will be published into a specific section of the portal.
The purpose of this offer is to provide to the community at large, more and better information about health products and services to promote wellbeing. Although this offer is for a limited time, we don't have yet a date where this offer will be over, so we encourage health organizations public and private, as well as healthcare providers in general, to send their informative articles on treatments, research, discoveries, services and traditional products they wish to be published and promoted.
For those health organizations or general health providers interested in this free service and wishing more information, please write to [email protected]
We invite all individual and healthcare organizations, private and/or public, as well as advertising and marketing agencies, to keep an eye on the upcoming changes to be made in www.saludaldiamagazine.net about the benefits and services to which they could have access.
About SALUD al día magazine: SALUD al día magazine is a fully SPANISH life style health magazine that offers hard-hitting, current and authoritative medical news with individual perspectives for our Hispanic readership. Written by medical doctors and health professionals, the articles cover the latest trends in new treatments, prevention, nutrition, fitness, plus departments directed to women`s health, men`s health, children, teen and the aging.
We are the Hispanic printed media channel of diffusion for excellence for private and public health organizations, such as hospitals, doctors, foundations, laboratories, insurance and other professionals responsible for the health and wellbeing.
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