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NewsRx Adds Pediatrics and Psychiatry Titles
Date:9/9/2008

ATLANTA, Sept. 9 /PRNewswire/ -- NewsRx, a 25-year-old publisher and international news organization headquartered in Atlanta, has launched two new newsletters on pediatrics and psychiatry/psychology.

These new titles will cover clinical and bench research, drug development, clinical trials, business news and developments in pediatric and psychiatric medicine. The new titles are weekly newsletters, and are available in print or online at http://www.NewsRx.com . Sample issues are also available there.

Pediatrics Week and Psychology & Psychiatry Journal each offers readers comprehensive coverage of the news that matters, ensuring that readers stay on top of the news, research and business trends that are important to them.

Pediatrics Week provides reports on children's vaccines, new drugs approved for use in children, children's clinical trials, and childhood diseases and conditions, including cancers, autism, ADHD, and auto-immune disorders.

Psychology & Psychiatry Journal provides coverage on mental health issues, diseases and conditions, including depression, bi-polar disorders, schizophrenias, Alzheimer's and aging dementias, personality disorders, pharmacology, diagnostics and treatments.

Readers familiar with NewsRx's 102 titles that currently serve the health and medical fields will recognize the quality and thoroughness of the coverage typical of NewsRx newsletters.

Now with a portfolio of 194 titles, NewsRx is one of the largest content companies in the world. Popular brands and successful franchises extend to internet and online services, streaming video, mobile devices, and branded products.

Each month, over a million readers globally view and download NewsRx articles and publications online. Although the company has focused on its digital platforms, quality print content still matters, with subscribers in 25 countries.

NewsRx has won six eHealthcare Leadership Awards in the past three years, and NewsRx.com was ranked as the #2 News and Media Site for the Pharmaceutical Industry by Amazon's Alexa in 2007.

Moving out of its history as a publisher for the life sciences, NewsRx has recently launched 86 new scientific, technical and general interest newsletters under its new division, VerticalNews. VerticalNews has titles in almost every content area, including technology, business, finance, energy, ecology, computers, communications, physics, chemicals, electronics, real estate, investment, conservation, engineering, telecommunications, leisure, travel, nanotechnology, insurance, robotics, machine learning, farming, economics, information technology, politics, government, mathematics, mining, minerals, transportation, veterinary research, agriculture, defense, aerospace, food, entertainment, education, and marketing.

New geographic-oriented titles at VerticalNews focus on news from Asia, China, and India.

The New York Times news service called the company "the world's largest producer of weekly health information." NewsRx and VerticalNews publish over 10,000 issues annually consisting of over 90,000 pages with well over 500,000 articles per year.

Press Release Contact Information:

Susan Hasty

Publisher

NewsRx

770-507-7777

publisher@newsrx.com

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