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Introducing Your New WebMD Moderator!
Amelia_WebMD_Staff posted:
Please say hello to your new WebMD Moderator: Haylen!

Haylen will most likely be taking over the WebMD Hypertension Community on Monday. I'll still be around on WebMD, but I know I leave you in good hands and will miss this community! I hope that your journey to bettering your health continues. Keep up the excellent work and never stop trying to find a solution!

Please welcome Haylen. She will be popping in to introduce herself soon!

Sending thoughts of health and happiness for 2011 and beyond!
Best Wishes!
Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
Here I am! I'm looking forward to learning more about this community and perhaps asking some questions myself.

My husband is currently under a doctors care for high blood pressure. I'm trying not to enhance his efforts to improve his health with unsolicited "wife nagging". :)

My background is board moderation in the technology, parenting and entertainment. However, I have logged many hours on WebMD before I became a moderator - mostly questions about sneezing, coughing and other unpleasant bodily functions related to my daughters ages 2.5 and 6.

Any suggestions for or questions about me are welcomed!

fbarimah responded:
My name id Frank I will like to ask you a question about my Blood Pressure?
Haylen_WebMD_Staff replied to fbarimah's response:
Hi Frank -

The best way to ask a question is to post a discussion.

Use the "Post Now" button at the top of this column and choose discussion in the drop down choices. Enter a heading that states what your post is about. In the body of the message write your specific question.

This way, your question is in the middle "What's Happening" column and easily seen to be addressed. Please let me know if you have any problems posting.

Happy and healthy Friday -


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