The goal at Doctors Health Press is to give the most timely and helpful natural health advice possible. says Dr. Marchione.
Boston, MA (Vocus/PRWEB) March 23, 2011
Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin, a popular free e-letter that publishes alternative and natural health news, breakthroughs and advice seven days a week, has announced that its circulation has doubled so in the last five months.
This incredible growth can be directly attributed to the increased demand for natural health information from the populous baby boomer generation. Not satisfied with traditional medical advice and continually wary of the potential dangers of prescription drugs, the boomer generation’s hunger for natural health advice is driving the growth of Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin.
The sudden growth of Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin can also be attributed to its newest report, 12 Top Brain-Boosting Foods, which was released late in 2010 as a free downloadable report. The report publishes the latest research from the Doctors Health Press Editorial Board that reveals the best 12 foods to eat to help in the maintenance of healthy brain function and memory, a concern shared by most of the boomer generation.
First published in 2004, Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin is e-mailed to subscribers every day and includes timely natural health news coupled with expert alternative health research and advice.
Headed by the Chairman of the Doctors Health Press Editorial Board, Victor Marchione, MD, the free e-letter covers topics that include the latest breakthroughs in herbal remedies, new healing discoveries that could replace current prescription drugs, how to deal with common ailments quickly, safely and naturally, and common health "mistakes" that you need to avoid.
Plus, Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin stays on top of current health news. An example of this is when the H1N1 outbreak happened. Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin provided constant updates and analysis of the outbreak, including a unique look at the "natural angle" to dealing with the outbreak.
Looking forward, Doctors Health Press e-Bulletin looks to double its subscription base again before the end of 2011. For more information on Doctors Health Press, please visit http://www.doctorshealthpress.com.
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