Just wanted to give you a heads up that MedHelp will be introducing a new design for the support communities. When you visit MedHelp on Tuesday, September 13th, all of the 300+ communities will sport a new, simpler design with less clutter, more emphasis on questions and answers, and a sleeker, more enjoyable experience within each community.
In addition to the new design, there will be a few new features:
Questions & Answers will be easier to find. Located closer to the top of the page, it will be easier to find information and join in the conversation.
Featured Articles are more prominently displayed to keep you informed on news and topics related to each community.
Next & Previous Buttons Speed Navigation from one discussion to another within a community using the next and previous buttons, located at the top and bottom of every post.
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