Supplement Police Editorial Policy

Supplement Police is a health, fitness, and beauty website. The mission of the site is to provide its clients with the most recent news and updates that are accurate. The content found on the website is practical and relevant to various topics of health, fitness, and beauty.

The website has several topics that cover everything from health information to beauty tips. The readers of the site can choose the health information which is most relevant to them. The information provided on the website is also filtered to make it applicable to the users' personal health.

Even though the information contained in the website is accurate and relevant to various health issues, patients should adhere to instructions from his/her doctor(s). Supplement Police only helps to supplement the information provided by the health care provider. Patients are advised to seek professional guidance on the topics and questions they have read.

The Following Is The Criteria Used By Supplement Police To Create Its Original Content:


This covers issues that could affect the management of an individual's health. Several topics are covered and they may include drug and product launches, expert commentary, recalls and alerts, and health news.

Clinical Significance

The content found here is based on the latest medical research findings that have been published in different well-known medical websites.


Under this category, several seasonal interests are covered. Topics that are found under the trends category include allergy seasons, summer safety, colds, and flu. Other topics that could be covered include Healthy Heart Month and Breast Cancer Awareness.

The content found in the Consumer Health Digest website is unique and reliable. The online health and beauty website is focused on providing its clients with updated and accurate information on health and fitness.

The health news and stories that are covered on the site are based on the editor's selection. The articles found on the website contain interviews of researchers in the medical field, as well as scientific experts.

Editorial Policy

It is the journalists' responsibility to provide clients with information that is accurate and unique. The writers are expected to submit to their readers only news and references which are unique.

Editorial Independence

Supplement Police focuses on being fair and accurate in their reporting.

The Editorial Policy for the staff working for the website:

Supplement Police is an independent media whose objective is to provide their readers with information and educational materials which are both professional and non-professional. The content provided on the website is accurate and free from influence.

The news media requires that its editorial staff discloses any interests that they may have with any drug, medical device, or company in the healthcare industry. The information on staff is then provided to the immediate supervisor at the time of recruiting new employees. The supervisor is obliged to determine whether the interests may present a conflict and it may be eliminated.

The editorial staff is separated from those attached to sponsors or partners to prevent any influence on information. Each of the editorial staff has the responsibility to provide accurate and relevant information on the latest topics. The reporters are charged with the responsibility of seeking out stories or expert interviews. The writers also find objective opinions on different subjects that come from duly qualified experts. Through this, Supplement Police ensures ethical behavior among its staff.

The Process Of Coming Up With News And Original Article

The journalists are required to come up with the daily news budget during each working day. The daily news budget should have the latest news from reputable health journals, an announcement from federal health organizations, and analyses on the latest trending health topics. The health reporters are expected to seek out opinions from prominent medical leaders on various issues. The staff editors carefully review the original articles before they get posted on the website.

Information gets sourced from several sources such as medical conferences, federal or state government actions, and selected peer-reviewed health journals. Sponsors, advertisers, and partners may also provide valuable content.

The standard operating procedure requires each completed story to be edited by a qualified medical editor before it gets posted on the website. The medical editor looks at various factors such as accuracy of the story, proper characterization, and the appropriateness of the medical language. A review of the story is done to check its style, readability, flow, and punctuation. After the review is done, the story is then published.

Licensed Content

The senior editorial editors are charged with the responsibility of reviewing the policies and procedures before health content from third parties gets published. The review is done to prevent any conflict of interest from arising. The process ensures that the licensed content is relevant, up to date and accurate.

Sponsored Content and Advertising

The website contains buttons, content, banners, and badges that have been labeled “Sponsored.” Others may be labeled “From Our Sponsor,” or “Advertisement.” The content is not subject to the editorial policy. The content that is labeled “From Our Sponsor” is subject to the established policy.