“Clearly, people today are looking for more than just vitamins and herbs,” said a Best Life spokesperson. “Americans are actively seeking ways to stay healthier longer. We’re offering these free reports to connect them with the answers they seek.”
The Pew survey found that two-thirds of Web users seek information on specific medical conditions.
“So we decided to make it easier for people to find the information they want,” explained the Best Life spokesperson. “Take heart health, for example. Our report – written by Dr. Kenneth Woliner, MD – gives readers 100 pages of the latest heart-health information, all in one neat package. It could save them hours of fruitless surfing.”
Spiraling health care costs are helping drive the flood of online health searches. The Kaiser Foundation reports that annual healthcare spending in the U.S. topped $2.6 trillion in 2010. That’s over $8,300 for every man, woman and child in the country.
“We’re seeing a growing interest in staying healthy,” the Best Life spokesperson said. “Especially among Baby Boomers. A growing portion of their retirement savings going to health care, and they’re concerned.
“They understand that maintaining their health can reverse that trend,” the spokesperson continued. “It can mean the difference between a happy retirement and a long-term health nightmare.”
Best life’s free reports cover ten of the most popular health topics in Internet searches. They include heart health, digestive and bladder issues, heartburn, sleep, prostate health and sex.
“We identified the topics people seem to be searching for often,” explained Best Life’s spokesperson. “These are the hot-button issues when it comes to health. And we’ve tried to answer the most-asked questions in our reports.
According to the spokesperson, the free reports are available to anyone who signs up for Best Life Herbals’ free newsletter, The Journal for Healthy Living.
“The Journal is how our subscribers keep up with the latest developments in health,” the spokesperson explained. “It also covers seasonal concerns, nutrition breakthroughs and other discoveries in the world of health and medicine.”
Anyone interested in the free reports will find them at http://bestlife-