Fake Whooping Cough Treatments - MD247 Authors Ripoff Report

In an effort to maintain the ongoing evolution of its telemedicine blog, the team responsible for all content created by MD247 announced that the MD247 blog will be covering the topic of whooping cough (pertussis).

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MD247 Ripoff Report Provides Info On Pertussis.

Tampa Florida (PRWEB) October 12, 2012

In an effort to maintain the ongoing evolution of its telemedicine blog, the team responsible for all content created by MD247 announced that the MD247 blog will be covering the topic of whooping cough (pertussis). The announcement came on the heels of the recently announced ramp-up of the annual whooping cough season, and the reality that there are a number of fake treatments for pertussis making the roughs. The whooping cough articles are intended to take their place in the "MD247 Ripoff Report" article series, and will likely be followed by periodic influenza symptoms updates.

Additional blog topics in the "MD247 Ripoff Report" series will include coverage of popular, yet ineffective treatments for maladies like the common cold. The goal of the MD247 content team is to use the "MD247 Ripoff Reports" as a consumer protection series, giving all readers an extra value for their time spent reading.

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