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May 9, 2013

EASTAR launches online health info resource

A personalized online health information resource has been launched by EASTAR Health System, according to a media release.

Called My Health e-News, the service allows subscribers to designate the health information they want to receive via several free services.

The new services include:

• My Health Newsletter — EASTAR will email subscribers health news every month on topics they choose, pulled from hundreds of publications and journals, all medically reviewed.

• My Health Reminders — Subscribers who provide their age and gender can be emailed free reminders for key health screenings and exams they need. They can also sign up for My Health Reminders for Loved Ones.

• My Health Assessments — Comprehensive health and wellness tools give recommendations based on interactive questionnaires.

• Daily Health News — Features important health news of the day, based on the latest health news and research, six times a week.

• My Baby Expectations — Expectant parents can subscribe to a free monthly email newsletter throughout pregnancy, delivery and baby’s first year. It includes information on pregnancy, breastfeeding and baby's development, as well as downloadable podcasts and lullabies.

Subscribe at eastarhealth.privatehealthnews.com.

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