I've bookmarked the actual sign in page & am glad I did because there seems to be a technical gliche. I go to medhelp.org and click to sign in from main page, but there is a collage of pictures in a square (includes an i-phone or i-pod touch, not sure which, amongst other things) that cover over where a person can log in, making it impossible.
Yes, they are many times blocking that log in section.
The captions to the left of the blocking square collage of pics are (or something like):
"Online and Mobile Health Applications"
"A Home for Your Health Device Data"
"The World's Largest Health Community"
"Top Doctors and Hospitals"
Internet Explorer is the browser & Bing I believe is the search engine I'm using. You're welcome.
Also would be great if all the pictures used of people would be ones dressed modestly!
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