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Everyday Health creates step-by-step guide, offering a resource with expert advice and first account experiences, resulting in new content to better inspire and enable wellness. NEW YORK, Jan. 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Everyday Health, one of the largest health websites, with an addressable audience of over 40 million monthly unique users and 70 million registered wellness seekers, launched their guide to sexual harassment today, titled, Sexual Harassment in the Workplace: How to File a Complaint and Prepare for the Emotional Fallout. The report grew out of the findings from Everyday Health's first survey "Special Report on Women's Wellness 2017." Everyday Health created this guide to offer people a timely, practical and actionable resource for dealing with sexual harassment in the workplace.
Everyday Health set out to understand how women are defining, rating and valuing wellness through a first-of-its-kind survey and data analysis with clinical and cultural expert POVs resulting in new content to better inspire and enable wellness. NEW YORK, Dec. 15, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Everyday Health, one of the largest consumer health websites, with an addressable audience of over 40 million monthly unique users and 70 million registered wellness seekers, launched the "Special Report on Women's Wellness 2017" - today. Included alongside the results are reactions and perspectives to the data as well as practical tips from more than a dozen renowned and influential experts such as New York Times bestselling author Dr. Christiane Northrup M.D., Dr. Mike Varshavski, Family Medicine Physician and Most Followed Doctor, Mayo Clinic's Director of Women's Health Stephanie Faubion, MD, Laura Berman, PhD, Lauren Streicher, MD, attorney Gloria Allred, and authors Ann Shoket and Jennifer Weiss-Wolfe.