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Qs. re allowed topics?
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hootyowl2 posted:
I have not been on WebMD much for some time, so the rules may have changed and I probably forgot them anyway. I was just wondering what kinds of topics are allowed ? Can we discuss the new healthcare disadvantages, or can we post related links ?

If there is a link on these pages, I have not found it. Sometimes links are in very obscure places and in very pale print, so I miss them. I guess they do not want people to find them.
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dancer86442 responded:
Hooty, the rules haven't changed. As far as I know you can post any links. You just can't mention DR names. If you succeed in posting a link let me know How ya did it. I'm on a new Laptop & for some reason can't post links. There is a tab above the reply boxes & I have used it, but to no avail. A window pops up asks me to enter the URL address clik OK & it's gone. WebMD did have a link to help us understand Obamacare a few mths ago. If you use the WebMD search bar you may be able to locate the Info.


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