With all of the fun holidays coming up from Halloween and Thanksgiving to Christmas and New Years, there will be a multitude of precious photos for the community to share! But, how do we post a photo?!?
Here is the New WebMD Photo Upload Guide to teach everyone how to share their perfect pics this season! Please feel free to test-post any of your fun photos to this thread! Cheese!!
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