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Health and Wellness, Elevated: Preferred Health Magazine Leads Online Conversation On Living A Better, Mindful Life
April 2nd, 2020 - When it comes to informative, accurate, and entertaining pieces on health and wellness, there’s one publication that has managed to establish its name as a leading authority in the field, and that is none other than Preferred Health Magazine.
A staple at waiting areas in practices across the US and Canada, PHM has also drawn the attention of those outside the medical sphere that have a keen interest in health and wellness, and have sought its articles and features as a means to keep abreast with the latest developments in said fields.
Covering anything from trending news stories; politics affecting the healthcare industry; health studies, and holistic approaches, PHM further profiles some of the most sought-after physicians in the country. PHM is also known for its exclusive celebrity features discussing health- and wellness-related matters. Celebrity covers have included, among others, America's favorite Nanny, Fran Drescher; funnyman Jamie Kennedy, and, on its March 2020 issue, the world-renowned spiritual teacher and Metahuman Dr. Deepak Chopra.
Beyond its online magazine format, PHM sponsors a podcast that expands on the matters commonly discussed in PHM issues, and offers commentary on health current events, like the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing world crisis. PHM has also been dabbling with the video interview format, releasing teasers and behind-the-scenes from its celebrity interviews, while it’s soon planning to expand its video range with the addition of more health- and wellness-related content.
“Preferred Health Magazine offers a unique voice in the health and wellness niche by breaking down what can often be complex terms and concepts into accessible pieces,” said PHM media representative, Melissa Clark. She continued, “We are transforming the conversation around better living by turning the spotlight to those that try to embody its principles, and highlighting the most recent advancements that can, indeed, help elevate one’s everyday life.”
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Preferred Health Magazine Innovates with Immersive,
June 19, 2018 - The Preferred Health Magazine is creating a welcome change in the narrative when it comes to publications for the healthcare industry and patients. Highlighting some of today's best Patient Preferred Physicians and Practitioners (PPP), an organization that meticulously selects the most notable and in-demand healthcare professionals, the magazine has changed the tone of content usually found in health organization magazines and doctor publications.
Preferred Health Magazine has broken away from the usual criteria found in doctor magazines, some of which are mostly focused on profiling doctors and staff. It instead focuses on stories that grab attention and immerse the readers, news that is most current and happening, exclusive interviews, and new discoveries and trends in the healthcare sector.
"Our collaboration with PHM is much more than just an outlet for showcasing our members," said PPP representative, Lauren Good. "When we looked around, we noticed that some doctor magazines were just pages and pages of profiles. We wanted our members to really shine on a much larger format; or feel free to submit some of their own work for publication.”
This focus on attracting the readers’ attention and offering content they would enjoy reading sets Preferred Health Magazine apart from the rest. Among its pages, one will find health articles, write-ups on government health studies, new medical technologies, ‘Patient Preferred’ spotlight members, and celebrity interviews from top A-listers who open up about their health journey.
PPP is a popular healthcare platform set up to focus on well-reputed, highly-referred and patient-approved healthcare practitioners who are providing exceptional treatment in their field. The selected practitioners are those who have been patient reviewed, rated, and invested in their practice. Promoted in countrywide search engines, PPP doctors enjoy specially designed products and services which successfully brand their services.
The Preferred Health Magazine looks to enhance the PPP platform in a fun and entertaining way as well as further branding its exclusive, top-rated members. “The magazine is just another way we can expand an already amazing company," Mrs. Good explained, "but we want it to be something our members can also treat themselves to after a long hard day."
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Top Physician & Celebrity interviews, the best in what's happening now, new medical technologies, politics, and "in the know" trends and topics all wrapped up in an 8 x 10 glossy.
This is Preferred Health Magazine!
“We are writing to everyone in health care and their patients. We look at what’s happening in the world today and how that affects medicine, health, and wellness, ” said PHM Managing Editor Steven Whitehead.
PHM is put out 3x per year and has seen celebrities and notable physicians grace its covers like Guru Deepak Chopra, legendary reporter Larry King, tv-host Montel Williams, actress Fran Drescher, comedian Jamie Kennedy, Top chef Jonathan Scinto; and Dr. Kelly Powers, Fox5’s go-to medical expert. Inside PHM also proudly publishes profiles of some of the nations' best Patient Preferred Physicians who are among the top in their field; a great way to get to know a top physician if you should need one!
Informative and entertaining articles also satisfy the reader's curiosities of new medical technologies, political effects on the healthcare industry; and some sound advice on topics like ‘Where to Retire’ to which ‘Healing Spice’ to try for a more holistic approach to health.
PHM promises to continue to give its readers exclusive interviews, trending, and educational stories. “We have such a diverse staff here at PHM,” explained Mr. Whitehead. “So our ideas are pooled together to create what we believe will be of interest to everyone, doctors, patients, and anyone interested in living a healthy lifestyle.”