New Health and Natural Healing Article Directory Offers Free Online Syndication For Nutritional Health Article Writers, and Free Content For Health Industry Publications

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Applied Health Articles is a directory for natural health related articles covering topics on Men’s and Women’s Health issues, Nutritional Supplements, Alternative Therapies, Drug Nutrient Depletions, and numerous additional categories including specific health conditions from A to Z, or at least, from Abscess to Whooping Cough. This online library resource is available for free to both the author and publisher of content.

Applied Health Solutions, Inc., an Arizona based nutritional products organization, announced today the launching of the Applied Health Articles web site.

Applied Health Articles is an online library, or article repository, tailored specifically for the author or publisher of health related content. Registration is free to all contributors, as well as those seeking professionally written articles on a broad spectrum of health topics.

Submitted articles are from health writers, doctors, nutritionists, therapists, and others. Topic categories include mental/emotional health, environmental issues and alternative therapies, and physical health conditions that cover the most common ailments we face in our modern population.

Authors may submit their articles for review at no charge. There is a simple online submittal form to help authors take advantage of the broad reach and target-rich environment that an online article library represents. Likewise, publishers may republish any articles, free of charge, with a simple commitment to maintain the author’s bio and copyright information.

All submitted material is reviewed for content integrity to verify the appropriateness for the requested directory category and subject matter.

Applied Health Articles is available at: http://www.appliedhealtharticles.com or through the Applied Health Solutions main web site at: http://www.appliedhealth.com.

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