While Health Minute mainly publishes research news and findings from universities and research institutes, we also accept guest blog posts from writers who have a strong interest in health and medicine.
If you have something inspiring you would like to share with our readers, you’re welcome to send your post to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
To get familiar with what Health Minute is looking for, it’s recommended that you spend time reading through the site to get an idea of the topics we publish.
When you send your final draft of your piece, you can include a brief bio of yourself and links to other posts you’ve published in the same field.
We will review your submission and get back to you if we think the post is suitable for Health Minute. Please note that we can’t make publishing guarantees.
Please note that we don’t pay writers, but we are glad to republish blog posts or articles that you retain the rights to. You can add links to your original articles.
We hope the guest blog posts are interesting and inspiring. They may be health, medicine or wellness news and discoveries, helpful advice and analysis.
If we decide to publish your post, we will typically give your piece our own headline so that it fits Health Minute style. You are encouraged to provide us a figure (640*427) along with your post. Otherwise, we will find a figure for your post.
After your post is published, please send any corrections to email@example.com. Since Health Minute is acting as a host for content, you should make an effort to contact the original author or blog responsible for writing the story if it is not your research work.
Please note that there are something we are NOT looking for:
- Posts that full of jargons. We don’t want articles that only industry insiders can understand. We hope each guest post is written in plain language and easy to read.
- Posts about extremely personal experiences. We welcome life stories about how people fight diseases and improve their lifestyles, but we don’t want post about extremely personal experiences.
- Posts about personal attacks, conspiracy theories, defamation or gratuitous foul language.
- Posts that infringe upon another person’s intellectual property. This includes but is not limited to trade secrets, trademarks and copyrights of any type.
- Keyword marketing or paid links. Adding keywords to increase SEO or driving readers to websites for promotional purposes is not tolerated.