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    posting articles
    worn1 posted:
    Is there a way to post articles instead of web sites? The article in Science Daily is not the easiest to find and posting it would make it easier for others to read. Also how about spell check. Parksinson's patients have lousy spelling and gets worse as the disease progresses.

    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi worn1,

    If you click into an article in a website, copy the address bar and that should link directly to the article. You can also copy and paste from the article if you find information that might be helpful for this community.

    For example, this is the address for the main WebMD Website:

    This is a link to an article from our website:

    Did that help?

    worn1 replied to Haylen_WebMD_Staff's response:
    Thank You Halen !!

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