Know this….You’re one pitch away from landing an assignment to get paid to write about health and wellness topics. Article topics should fall under the broad categories of Heal, Nourish or Grow. We look for health and wellness topics that are timely and offer an interesting spin. Articles should be are well researched and backed by peer-reviewed articles. If you love writing for these topics or want to share your story with others or want to promote yourself as an author or blogger, you’re at the right place. The second requirement is that the article must be 800 and more words to be qualified for publishing on our website.
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We will carefully check for plagiarism or any type of copyright infringement before approving your content. Make sure to do the legwork before submission to avoid getting rejected. It should not be published elsewhere once approved. No manuscript that is plagiarised, or copied, or has already been published, or is being reviewed by another magazine, or journal, will be considered. When you send us an article, it is assumed that the piece is original; you would, however, require to state in your covering letter and the article per se that the work you’ve submitted to us is original. It is the responsibility of a writer to secure permission to use material quoted from copyrighted publications as well as for use of photographs, illustrations, tables and figures, from other sources.
Sometimes, an article needs a considerable amount of editing, which could cause some delays in the processing period. Often we hear a lot about women’s health which remains largely untreated or neglected but not many men take care of their health which results in getting early blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, or worse heart issues. Another requirement is that you must check for grammatical errors before publishing the document to us so that we can publish it without going through the hassle of correcting it. We will be editing your write-ups to fit our tone and style but if the submitted work is found with a lot of grammatical errors it will be rejected. Posts should be between 600 to 1,500 words in length. We are open to considering longer posts if the topic is good.
Where this relationship intersects, conflicts, supports, or meets. Our topics range from digital wellness, to quantified self, to sleep, mental health, social wellbeing, and more. We only publish easy-to-read and helpful articles.
If you think you have something to offer our readers, we’d love to hear from you. We want to inspire our readers with knowledge of physical health and mental wellness. If you’re looking for contributing a guest post to share your insights, then you’re in the right place. All posts are reviewed by editorial staff before being published on Digital Health Today. Submissions will be considered for timeliness, relevance, originality, and constructive commentary.