The TebChecker provides a powerful tool to Arabic speakers to better understand their health and lead healthy lives. It is created by and licensed from the Harvard Medical School
Amman, Jordan (PRWEB) September 27, 2012
WebTeb.com, the leading Arabic-Language Health Site, announced today the launch of its Symptom Checker, branded TebChecker.
The new symptom checker tool includes extensive information created by and licensed from Harvard Health Publications, a trusted source of medical information that is a division of prestigious Harvard Medical School. The TebChecker tool is a step-by-step interactive guide to help users understand what their medical symptoms could mean and provide them with the possible causes, diagnoses, and treatments of common conditions.
The addition of the TebChecker symptom checker complements WebTeb.com’s offering, already present with the most extensive drug index in Arabic as well as comprehensive information about diseases, surgery, immunization, and test indices.
“Using a decision guide like TebChecker is not a substitute for delaying or foregoing medical treatment,” said Dr. Mahmoud Kaiyal, MD, Founder and CEO of WebTeb.com, “yet it provides a powerful tool to Arabic speakers to better understand their conditions and lead healthier lives. We are proud to use the decision guide provided by one of the world’s most esteemed medical information providers.”
WebTeb's goal is to provide Arabic-language comprehensive health and medical information so that its Arabic-speaking users can live better and healthier lives. WebTeb publishes exclusive and high-quality evidence-based medical information and continuously updates it. The company is managed by a professional team that includes doctors, editors, and programmers.
WebTeb strives to be the leading professional and reliable source of information for Arabic-speaking users and to provide a platform for their interaction with health practitioners, hospitals, doctors, dentists, pharmacies, pharmaceutical companies, insurance companies, therapists, and health education institutions.