Advertising Policy

HealthNip’s mission to be your trusted partner in your pursuit for health and well-being is ours. We are committed to providing you with authoritative, accessible, and actionable information that will inspire and guide you towards the best health outcomes for yourself and your family. HealthNip’s content and experiences are produced under strict editorial guidelines and medical guidelines. This ensures accuracy, currency, clarity, and consistency. HealthNip is supported by the sale of advertising on its properties. These properties include apps, websites, social media, and partner publications. We are completely inflexible regarding our editorial autonomy. Sponsors are not allowed to influence the editorial content of HealthNip, except for input on broad topics. HealthNip might offer co-created content or branded content with our sponsors in some cases. We may also present content created and sponsored by our sponsors. This content is clearly identified and described in sections 5 and 6.

Contact us if you would like to advertise on HealthNip. These are our guidelines for advertising types we accept.

1. We examine the ads.

The final decision on which ads will be displayed and accepted by HealthNip properties is made at our sole discretion. Any ads may be rejected, canceled, or removed at our sole discretion. We will notify the advertiser promptly if any ad is rejected, canceled, or removed. We reserve the right not to place ads on any HealthNip property.

2. We do not endorse any products or services.

Advertisements may be placed on our website. However, we cannot consider our acceptance of an ad as an endorsement of any product or service. HealthNip’s editorial staff may rank or rate certain products and services in some instances. The editorial team determines the ratings and rankings without any consideration of any advertising or financial relationship with the companies providing the product or service.

3. Certain types of ads will not be accepted

Any ad that we believe is inaccurate or in poor taste will be rejected. Only approved indications for pharmaceutical advertising are accepted by the Food and Drug Administration. Advertised products should be on the market and readily accessible. HealthNip won’t allow the placement of any advertisement for illegal, harmful, or objectionable products and services at any time. Advertisements must not contain deceptive, fraudulent, or offensive material. This includes material that ridicules or attacks individuals or groups on the basis of age, color, nationality, race, religion sex, sexual orientation, disability, or national origin. Advertisements should not be defamatory, libelous, or slanderous. Advertisements must not relate to alcohol, firearms or ammunition, gambling, tobacco, or the simulating of an emergency or news. Advertisers must be clearly identified on all ads. Advertisements that are misinterpreted as editorial content will be marked as such.

4. We distinguish between ads and editorial content.

We maintain a clear separation between editorial content and advertisements in all instances. All advertisements on HealthNip properties clearly identify themselves as such. Clicking on an advertisement will take you to the advertiser’s website or to a sponsor’s resource center hosted at a HealthNip property. Sponsored resource centers are identified with the sponsoring entity’s name.

5. We make it clear that sponsored content is different from non-sponsored content.

HealthNip is looking for sponsorships from reputable and reliable manufacturers and service providers. Sponsorships not only provide financial benefits to HealthNip but also help our users by providing up-to-date information about health services, medications, and treatments. Our editorial policy covers editorial content sponsored by advertisers. It is reviewed by our editorial staff as well as our HealthNip Affairs team. We take significant steps to ensure that our users don’t confuse sponsored content (co-created content or branded content), with content provided by or influenced by a named sponsor. Native advertising is the inclusion of links or ads in content that link to another content. HealthNip might post sponsored posts, advertising messages, or advertisements on its social media channels.

6. Affiliate program (ecommerce links in HealthNip content).

Our articles will include links to products that they believe could be of use to our readers. Although all products are independently selected, we want to inform you that HealthNip might receive a payment if you purchase from the retailer’s website within 24 hours of clicking one of our links.

7. Content that is part of a Partner Program will be clearly distinguished.

HealthNip may occasionally work with organizations, products, and services that align with our mission. HealthNip reviews these products, services, and organizations for quality. It only recommends what it considers valuable and in the best interests of its users. HealthNip doesn’t medically review any content. It is not responsible for the services or products described on these pages. This type of partner content will be marked with language to indicate that it has not been through our standard editorial process. It also follows these Ad and Sponsorship Policy guidelines. HealthNip may be paid a commission when users sign up or purchase the product. Partner pages can also contain this language: “HealthNip and our partners may get a portion of revenues” A “what’s this?” link will take users to a page explaining the nature of the partnership.