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MediPedia is Belgium’s first encyclopaedia of medical conditions. Designed for the general public, the www.medipedia.be website is a living, interactive platform for internet users. It is managed and hosted by ViVio, the publisher in charge.

For each condition, MediPedia offers the general public a topic-based website with accessible, comprehensive information validated by specialists: encyclopaedic content, news, educational visuals, personal accounts, quizzes and practical information with a Belgian slant.

MediPedia is an ever-evolving website, with new conditions (more than 80 to date) being added all the time and enjoys HONcode certification. This professional code of ethics for health websites, promoted by the Health On The Net Foundation, guarantees the reliability of medical information (sources, etc.) and independence of editorial content from advertising.

Condition by condition

For each condition – more than 60 to date – MediPedia provides accessible, comprehensive information validated by healthcare professionals: encyclopaedic content, news, educational visuals, personal accounts, quizzes, practical information, etc.

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Mediblog

Mediblog combines the rigour of MediPedia with the lighter, more relaxed tone of a blog. Each week, Mediblog brings you health and well-being news in the form of quizzes, surveys and some more unusual health information…

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MediPedia newsletter

By signing up to the monthly MediPedia newsletter, you can keep up to date with the latest health news, while our topic-based newsletters offer content specific to the condition of interest to you.

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MediPedia Facebook page

To keep you up to date on health, the MediPedia Facebook page offers the latest news from the world of health. Like us on the MediPedia Facebook page!

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MediPedia Twitter feed

To keep you up to date on health, the MediPedia Twitter feed keeps you informed on a daily basis about the latest news from the world of health. Sign up to MediPedia on Twitter!

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