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Shareable Tools

Find out how to share our trusted health information or join our online community for healthy living.

Add trusted health information to your website!

Did you know that you can add healthfinder’s award-winning content to your own website – for free? Our shareable tools let you easily host and share healthfinder’s reliable, actionable prevention and wellness information with the people who need it most. And if you want to create something more customized, we also offer tools for developers.

Content Syndication
With content syndication, you can add content from the award-winning Health Topics A to Z to your organization’s website in as little as 5 minutes. Learn more about content syndication.

Developer API
Our Application Programming Interface (API) lets you create customized online tools supported by healthfinder.gov’s reliable health and wellness information. Learn more about healthfinder’s API offerings.

myhealthfinder Tools
myhealthfinder provides personalized recommendations for clinical preventive services based on age, sex, and pregnancy status. The Affordable Care Act requires most insurance plans to cover these services without charging a co-pay or other fee.

There are several ways to add myhealthfinder to your website or blog. See options for adding myhealthfinder to your website or blog.

Do You Suffer from WIMS (Web-Induced Medical Stress)?

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Monthly Spotlight

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Health Widgets

Add one of our health widgets to your website or blog, and we’ll update the content automatically. It’s easy and fun!

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