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AutoimmuneMom.com Is HONcode Certified For Trustworthy Online Health Information

AutoimmuneMom - trusted online health contentI am excited to announce that AutoimmuneMom.com is approved as a certified website under the HONcode.

You’ll see the HONcode seal at the bottom of every page on AutoimmuneMom.com, which also includes a search engine for other trusted online health websites.

What is HON and what does this mean?

HON stands for Health on the Net, and is a global nonprofit which evaluates health care websites for their adherence to the eight pillars.

By getting the HONcode certification, the AutoimmuneMom.com website has the stamp of approval for trustworthy health content now, and pledges to abide by the eight pillars always.

The eight HONcode pillars are:

  • Authority
  • Complementarity
  • Privacy
  • Attribution
  • Justification
  • Transparency
  • Financial disclosure
  • Advertising policy

Why is this good for me as an autoimmune mom (and patient)?

We — all of the amazing writers for AutoimmuneMom.com and me — have worked really hard the past three years to be an authentic, research-based tool for our medical expert-written content, paired with the inspiring autoimmune mom stories written by moms about their own experiences.

As many of you know, this website runs in the red (the expert-written content is not free), and is my labor of love to help others get the autoimmune support that my family and I did not get when I was first diagnosed.

It makes me so very proud to be approved by HON, and I admire their efforts to protect us patients by identifying websites who also work hard to provide research-driven, reliable health content.

Other websites which are HONcode certified are among the top health websites, including WebMD.com, MedicineNet.com, and EverydayHealth.com.

For more information about AutoimmuneMom’s certificate, read this page.

 

About the Author
Katie Cleary is founder of AutoimmuneMom.com.  She lives with her autoimmune conditions, family and mini labradoodle dog in Austin, Texas.

This post contains opinions of the author.  AutoimmuneMom.com is not a medical practice and does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.  It is your responsibility to seek diagnosis, treatment, and advice from qualified providers based on your condition and particular circumstances.  Camino Real Ventures, Inc., the company that makes AutoimmuneMom.com available to you, does not endorse nor recommend any products, practices, treatment methods, tests, physicians, service providers, procedures, clinical trials, opinions or information available on this website.  Your use of the website is subject to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy

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  1. Lou Anne Knepshield says:

    just heard about your blog/website.

    I have been diagnosed with celiac disease and I am looking for accuracy online. Looking forward to learning more about autoimmune diseases.

    Congrats on the award!!

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