MedCircle sponsored this post. All opinions remain my own.
MedCircle is a much-needed platform that connect everyday people like me with health care professionals. All the information is written in easy-to-understand articles by doctors. And even better? You can actually connect with and follow doctors and what they post. It’s like a social media network connecting doctors and patients.
Sifting through information on Facebook, Twitter or even Google can be confusing. I’ve done it. I see an article on Facebook and wonder, “is this true? Will apple juice really kill me some day?”
I used to cross-reference “studies” I read on social media with actual medical journals online. But that was tedious and honestly, I rarely had time to sit and try to understand what a medical journal was saying.
MedCircle is super easy to use and even better? It’s FREE.
How to Use MedCircle
You can easily use MedCircle on your home computer, but they also have apps for mobile devices.
First, go to MedCircle.com and create a free account.
Next, find the information you need. This is easy to do – use the search bard and type in “obesity.” Or, you can search their alphabetic topic listing.
Save the articles that mean the most to you. You can build up your own personal library of articles in your account for easy access.
You can follow health care providers or organizations. If your doctor writes blog posts on MedCircle, definitely follow them for news and reliable info.
My Favorite Features of MedCircle
Right now, I am focused on losing weight. So I am naturally following the obesity and weight loss topics. It’s amazing to me how much weight loss junk floods the internet. It is such a relief to read articles I can rely on!
I am really looking forward to the day when more doctors and medical organizations use MedCircle. I want to follow my doctor but he isn’t using it yet.
Connect With MedCircle
Since this is a fairly new network, you will definitely need to follow MedCircle on social media. Follow them to receive updates and news as they improve the site.