San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
The San Francisco Chronicle debuts a new weekly Health section on Thursday, June 14, both in the newspaper and on The Chronicle app for iPad®. The section will feature news and information about innovations in medicine, fitness and nutrition, along with a look at the latest research and trends that help readers live well.
The section contains stories and features on the latest in key medical findings and topical facts; the best regimens for continuing fitness; tips for healthy eating; up-to-date and easy-to-follow advice; the research of local practitioners; and first-person accounts of new medical treatments.
“With our new Health section, we hope to showcase the latest developments from the Bay Area, as well as provide useful information to help readers live healthy lives,” said Ward Bushee, executive vice president and editor of The Chronicle. “The section will reflect the tremendous amount of cutting-edge work that happens in the Bay Area and influences the national and global medical community.”
The all-new Health section is part of the San Francisco Chronicle, the largest, most-read newspaper in the Bay Area. It also appears on the San Francisco Chronicle app for iPad®, giving readers the opportunity to enjoy the section in a dynamic digital presentation.
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