HealthyLine’s Editorial Policy

Policy Overview

HealthyLine’s editorial team is committed to delivering objective, honest, accurate, and up to date information for you. Every source of information is written to be clear, concise, and easy to understand for all members of our audience. All content created for the HealthyLine website is our own. We do not accept any advertisements or sponsored content from third parties. As a result, the members of our editorial team curate, research, write, and review all the content on the website. While we aim to deliver the most accurate and trustworthy content possible, it is never intended to substitute professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. If at any time you have cause for concern, you should address a medical professional before making a decision. The general purpose of this editorial process is to explain the credibility and process in which our editorial articles are created and to provide complete transparency about the content on our website.


Editorial Variety of HealthyLine Original Content Policy

All editorial content created for the HealthyLine website generally falls under 3 main categories. Original content must be deemed relevant, newsworthy, or significantly tested to be approved for production.

Health Relevant Content:

This will mainly include health related articles and sources of information directly related to HealthyLine applied sciences such as natural gemstones, far infrared, negative ions, PEMF, and photon light. It can also include references to other forms of natural therapy for managing health concerns and improving overall wellness levels.

Proven Clinical Significance:

Findings that are published in well respected peer review journals and publications will always be considered relevant and appropriate for our audiences. The HealthyLine Editorial team will always work to maintain the newest and most applicable studies for reference. Publications that may be featured in our employee created content include such sources as the Journal of Environmental and Public Health, the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology, and the US National Library of Medicine.

Popular Health Trends:

As important as it is to address what we deem relevant to our audience, we must also provide content that discusses the growing concerns of the public. This may include current new related health concerns, seasonal issues such as the flu, and alternative methods for general health care and improvement. This ensures that our audience is informed on both current health trends and relevant information regarding HealthyLine to make the most informed decisions they can regarding their personal well-being.


HealthyLine Editorial Process Policy

Our staff of healthcare professionals and medical experts determines that all of the content produced on the HealthyLine website, as well as the sources linked or quoted, are factual, relevant, and reliable. They are consulted every step of the way from conception to execution. There are several steps that are required before any editorial piece can become a published work on our website. Unless all criteria have been met, our internal team will not consider the piece to be reliable.

Content Development – During the concept phase, our team of researchers monitor news outlets, respected peer-reviewed journals, government organizations and statement, and other critical sources of information for the most relevant and new content to be used. When a topic is deemed both necessary and relevant, our writers work alongside our medical professionals to determine the best way to present the ideas in a simple way.

Editorial Review – Upon finishing the initial draft, our Editorial editor reviews each pieces for style, grammar, punctuation, simplistic language, and ease of readability to provide the best user experience for our audience.

Medical Review – After the editor approves the piece, it is passed along to our team of medical professional consultants. At this stage the piece is reviewed for medical accuracy, proper terminology, and to make sure that the studies and findings used to support the piece are applied correctly. If there is a need for corrections, the piece is passed back to the writers and the process repeats from the beginning.

Preparing the Content – In this step, the content has finally been approved in all stages of review. Now it has to be prepared for the website. Our coders and designers will work together to create a page for the content that maximizes the experience of the reader and find imagery that best compliments the information.

Publishing the Content – The content is finally made public on the website for all to view. All members review the final product. Feedback is taken and adjustments are made if necessary.

Ongoing Monitoring ­– Our team continues to monitor sources and publications for relevant information and new ideas that emerge. These findings are used to keep the content updated with the most recent information. All sources of information are reviewed at a minimum of quarterly to ensure their accuracy.


The Diversity and Credibility of HealthyLine Sources

HealthyLine prides itself on providing the most credible and science-backed information on its website. Therefore, the sources in which HealthyLine relies on must be of the highest standard and quality for scientific relevancy. Our editorial team is tasked with monitoring the large quantities of information published online each day and determining which is the most desirable for our needs. We closely observe evidence from the government, medical journals, new additions of textbooks, clinical studies, and more. Our writers create content based on the importance of the information as well as the ways in which it can be used in direct relation to HealthyLine products and the lives of its audience.

Some of our most valued list of sources includes the following in order:

US government issued statements and agencies – For example, the Food and Drug Administration, the American Cancer Association, and the National Institutes of Health.

Information from professional associations – For example, the American Diabetes Association and the American Heart Association.

Peer-Reviewed Journals – For example, the Journal of Environmental and Public Health, the Journal of Clinical Rheumatology, and the US National Library of Medicine.

Online Articles from Associations – For example, the National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, and the American Cancer Association.

Commonly Medical Knowledge – If information is agreed on by the general public or the general medical community, it may be included in our editorial articles.


External Website Policy

HealthyLine does not publish any paid for content or content from a third party. All content on the HealthyLine website is of its own creation. Any links that may take you to other websites are for information purposes only. These sites are believed to be relevant, informative, and helpful to the reader. HealthyLine does not have any connection to these sites and has no monetary ties to them.


Readability Policy

An important part of the HealthyLine editorial process is the editing of all articles of information to makes the easily understandable to any and everybody. Everything must be explained in plain terms so as not to cause confusion or misleading claims. This is done during the review step of the process and is done by several team members to ensure that no content can be misinterpreted or misused.


Conflict of Interest Policy

All members of the editorial team are required to certify that they have no conflict of interest for every piece of information that they are creating both in the information and opinion presented. This is a vital step to ensure that the final product is unbiased and trustworthy. Conflicts of interest could include personal research projects, affiliated employment, investments, and other forms of potential personal gain. It could also have to do with the individual personal moral guidelines, beliefs, or religious affiliations. Those with a conflict of interest must recues themselves and allow another member of the team to work on the project.