We created WellCome Care because we were frustrated with the amount of questionable health and medical information found online. A quick Google search on any simple health topic produces a flood of articles and websites promoting differing and unproven opinions on what’s best for you. So you’re left with cobbling supporting information together and guessing as to what to do. At WellCome Care, you’ll find clear answers to common self-care questions and the support to begin or remain on a path of better health.
We realize that reading articles won’t magically improve your health. The much harder step is taking action and staying on a path towards improving your health. If you’re anything like us, you want to be your best self, but could use a little extra motivation or accountability. Our reminders and tools actively help you follow through with the changes or plans you want to make.
We always begin with a specific treatment or wellness related question. For instance, how to treat a sinus infection. Our research team then conducts an exhaustive search of the scientific literature, medical studies, medical societies, governmental agencies, and other reputable sources to find out what treatments have proof of working. We also investigate complementary and alternative treatment options, whenever possible.
In a world where only 1 in 10 medical treatments is backed by high quality evidence, we pride ourselves on finding out which treatments actually work. In that sense, we are fact-checkers for the wellness and self-care industry. We do not have any financial interest in any of the companies or products that may be mentioned in our articles and WellCome Care does not allow advertising on our website.
The result is a comprehensive guide of evidence-based answers to your most common health questions along with powerful tools to achieve better health.
While WellCome care offers a lot of information, we do not provide medical advice and cannot help you with a diagnosis. If you ever have any additional medical questions or concerns, please talk to a healthcare provider.
Be Well. Go forward.
WellCome Care Team
Last updated: Aug. 24, 2020