Hello! I am concerned about the information that comes up after clicking on your website after a google search. www.medhelp.org/posts/Heart-Rhythm/combination-therapy-of-calcium-channel-blockers-and-beta-blockers/show/1780306 see attached link. The majority of webpage information is related to the initial google search question; however, if you look at the information in the middle of the page titled, “related questions” I consistently see very inappropriate topics. In fact, every time I click on your page after a google search, see similarly related topics. I am not sure if these are paid advertisements OR if your website has, within it’s online communities that host discussions of this nature, but it is very concerning. .. especially when I see a question starting as “I am only 12; or I am only 13” along with VERY sexually explicit questions. It could be a platform for a multitude of illegal occurrences and in addition, significantly reflects poorly on any intellectual healthcare capital that you may have since you pop up frequently at the top of a google search. I work in healthcare and your website boasts many other healthcare brands that you partner with. Since they have very notable brands themselves, two of which my company works closely with, I am concerned that they would not be pleased with the search engine analytics that your marketing team has set up as click bate. I will be reaching out by telephone as well.
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