Cambridge, MA (PRWEB) July 12, 2016
TeddyCan has introduced new services geared towards charity development and assistance. The newest service is TeddyCanHeal (http://TeddyCanHeal.Com), a medical research service that is now offering guidance for chronic illnesses, alternative treatments, comprehensive wellness testing, discounted labs, X-RAYs, MRIs, mammography, discounted RX, as well as doctor and/or nurse consultations. TeddyCanHeal is aimed to provide more attainable options for self-employed individuals and micro businesses who cannot afford traditional health insurance.
TeddyCanHeal is also extending free trials to an array of nonprofits whose target populations could benefit from this. Charities interested in this offer are encouraged to contact Charities(at)TeddyCan(dot)Com for a promo code.
In a world where health care isn’t available or affordable for everyone, the virtual medical service at TeddyCan could potentially be a game-changer. The company creates a more accessible health system by providing meaningful information regarding chronic diseases, symptom research, and treatment plans for everyone who needs it.
As TeddyCanHeal extends this offer to charities wishing to participate, they are also announcing an improved feature for the TeddyCanDonate (http://teddycandonate.com) service. This fundraising tool allows individuals who use their rebate points from their long-tail research engine (TeddyCan.Com) to donate to various nonprofits. That way, individuals can generate support for charities simply by doing what they do anyway: surf the web. They also are able to find new donors for charities using predictive analytics, which helps expand their fundraising efforts effectively.
TeddyCanHeal users are offered unbiased and helpful knowledge on their medical conditions, but in the end, how they choose to heal is their own option.
Individuals who use their services are free to access a plethora of meaningful information and are also able to help change the world while they do it.
*This Is Not Insurance. This Is Not Intended To Replace Insurance.