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Editorial Policy

The editorial policy of LearnTheDosage drafts the guidelines that we follow while curating and publishing medical content and articles on our website. Our core principles include transparency, accuracy, and impartiality. The editorial team at LearnTheDosage includes some of the prominent authors and medical experts who have been caving a path on the niche for several years now.

Editorial Selection of Original Content Created by LearnTheDosage

  • The content published by LearnTheDosage is original and in accordance with all medical guidelines and regulations.
  • Relevance- Our team diligently looks into topics and health conditions. We cover the latest health news, FDA updates, Medication information, and health advisories.
  • Clinical Significance- Our content is backed with scientific findings and research papers which is peer-reviewed. Some of our trusted sources of obtaining data for our content are The New England Journal of Medicine, The Lancet, The Journal of the American Medical Association, the FDA.gov database, and the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI).

Editorial Policy For The Team

  • The content created by learnTheDosage is solely for educational purposes and is free from any form of advertised or sponsored influence.
  • Our editorial team is different from the marketing team and does not share any form of tasks with each other.

Medical Disclaimer

The website contains evidence-based information relating to various medical conditions and their treatment options.

The information, including but not limited to graphics, texts, and other material on this website, is for informational purposes only. No content published on the LearnTheDosage website is intended to substitute for professional diagnosis, medical advice, or treatment options.

To put it in simple words, there are 206 bones, 10 common medical conditions, and four major blood groups; this means that everyone has a distinct body type and medical condition. Therefore, the medical content we write may not be applicable to all situations; consult your doctor before taking any medication.

Our mission is to help you better understand the medications your doctor prescribes.