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HealthCentral Acquires Wellsphere Creating the Largest Organically Driven Online Health and Wellness Communities
Date:1/28/2009

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  • WellPages- powered by the innovative Health Knowledge Engine(TM) to enable consumers to instantly uncover comprehensive support for their specific health needs - all under one personalized account. WellPages present a holistic view, including relevant news, articles, videos and pictures from reliable sources ranging from the FDA and Harvard Medical School to leading health and fitness magazines and blogs.
  • Wellsphere Enterprise Solutions - proprietary health community platforms to help large organizations improve employee health and reduce healthcare costs. Stanford University's BeWell@Stanford has demonstrated the power of community to engage thousands of users in taking steps to improve their health and well-being.
  • WellPrize - allows consumers to harness the power of incentives by declaring a reward for themselves for achieving goals.
  • WellWidgets - offers online mobility by allowing access to Wellsphere functionality, such as the Wellternatives menu lookup engine, daily WellTips or Wellevation (daily motivational quotes) to blogs or social networking profiles.
  • About Wellsphere

    Founded by Stanford University Business School graduates, Wellsphere (www.Wellsphere.com) is based in and will remain in San Mateo, CA. The fastest growing health and wellness technology company, Wellsphere develops Web and mobile technologies that help millions of people live healthier, happier lives by providing a free consumer health website at www.w
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