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September 6, 2016
by Dan Pearson
Comments Off on The new issue drops.

The new issue drops.

ShareHere’s the whole issue! Just click the date. Sept2 16

September 13, 2013
by Dan Pearson
Comments Off on It’s not brain surgery

It’s not brain surgery

Share Of course, people who don’t have a medical message still like the Medical Examiner, and why shouldn’t they? • low ad rates • two crisp new issues each month • 30,000 loyal monthly readers • interactive (clickable) ads in … Continue reading

July 18, 2013
by Dan Pearson
Comments Off on “The Trouble with Breathing”

“The Trouble with Breathing”

ShareAs you may know, that (see above) is the title of the cover story in the current issue of the Medical Examiner. It’s about bad breath, its cures and prevention, what it might mean beyond garlic and onions, and also … Continue reading

December 13, 2012
by Dan Pearson
Comments Off on More cowbell? Or less?

More cowbell? Or less?

Share Which do you want? Less? Or more? Here at Medical Examiner world headquarters, we’re always looking for advertisers. Until we win a mega-millions lottery (for which we never buy tickets, which makes winning difficult) we need their support to … Continue reading

August 9, 2012
by Dan Pearson


ShareTHE 8/9-10 SALE Unless you prefer the scattered, shotgun approach, there’s no better place to seek new patients (or new customers) than Augusta’s only independent publication dedicated to medicine, health and wellness. If you prefer the targeted, surgical approach to … Continue reading

The Monday Message: 7/16/12

July 16, 2012 by Dan Pearson | Comments Off on The Monday Message: 7/16/12

As is our custom, we like to start every week reminding visitors – specifically medical and marketing professionals – what a good and logical place the Medical Examiner is to advertise. Augusta is a medical town, after all, and the Medical Examiner is the most visible …check that… the only advertising vehicle, print or otherwise, dedicated exclusively to medicine, health, and wellness. It’s the logical choice for messages from healthcare providers.

It's not brain surgery.

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