Join GreenMedInfo's Health & Wellness Revolution: Become A Writer

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Join GreenMedInfo's Health & Wellness Revolution: Become a Writer

GreenMedInfo is currently looking for a select group of health and wellness writers to join our team. As you can see from our content at, we are an aggregator of high-integrity biomedical research as well as an interlocutor of the same scientific literature. We are a highly respected, widely-referenced source of topical health issues and environmental subjects which concern your well-being today.

Because of the ever-accelerating daily news cycle, particularly around matters of health and wellness, we have an immediate need for seasoned health bloggers and website writers. Those who are either health enthusiasts by avocation or practitioners by occupation would be especially welcome. We prefer experiential knowledge over book knowledge, but do require an ability to read and understand the applicable research. For an example of the type of writing we are looking for, here is one writer whose voice and approach we wish to reproduce in some fashion: 

Our founder, Sayer Ji, is also one of our main contributors. You can see his work, which is varied in voice and approach, here: 

We place special emphasis on the following article type which translates the data contained on our site into practical applications.

Topic Selection

For guidance on topic selection, please reference our Research Dashboard. We curate our data based on the following categories: Therapeutic Substances, Therapeutic Actions, Pharmacological Actions, Diseases, Problem Substances, Problematic Actions, and Adverse Pharmacological Actions.

The job description might look like this:

Proficiency in scanning the health and wellness content throughout the global media outlets, identifying the most significant and emerging issues, interpreting them with accuracy and acumen, conducting the appropriate research in the GMI database, and then writing short yet penetrating analyses paying special attention to proper contextualization. The average article size we publish is 1,000 words, but longer copy, such as 2,000-3,000 words is also valued. 

Are you an osteopath, naturopath or homeopath? Perhaps you're a chiropractor, acupuncturist or massage therapist. How about an integrative medicine consultant, armchair health coach or wellness counselor? Maybe you are the family 'doctor', neighborhood 'nurse' or community 'health resource'? If so, then please consider the following benefits that you'll receive immediately from such a win-win collaboration.

Exposure is the world's most widely-referenced natural medical resource, receiving up to a million unique visitors a month, and over 1.5 million page views a month. Our writers' articles get picked up and/or referenced by a wide range of top-ranked health and wellness sites around the world. One author's article was shared over 3 million times from our website.


  1. Written content must contain at least two hard-reference links to either abstracts, previously published articles, or other topics on the GMI database (Exceptions are made for highly compelling content)
  2. Content must not promote a specific product or service
  3. Content must be in ready-to-publish condition with a minimum of 500 words (1000-3,000 words is ideal)
  4. All content submitted will go through a workflow process which will be looked over by both a content editor and SEO administrator to verify that content passes all site requirements
  5. Original content is required, but special exceptions are made for already published content that is highly compelling.

Process: Visit our Contact Us page, select the option Apply to be a GMI Writer, and submit an article for publication review. Please also include a brief biography and any other pertinent information.

We look forward to hearing from you.





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