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An Online clinic for teenagers

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Online clinicThe facility aims to help users seek professional medical help from the comfort of their homes.

 

New Delhi. Credihealth, a leading online healthcare information services provider, recently announced Teens Clinic that enables teenagers and parents to avail online health services. With the Teens Clinic, Credihealth tends to provides a reliable, comprehensive, updated and validated information for teenagers' health issues and their needs.

The company is currently signed up with all top hospitals across India. Credihealth Teens Clinic caters to teenager problems like acne, puberty, teenage obesity, sexual health, addiction to alcohol and provides a platform for smart healthcare choices. Teens can read in depth articles shared by professional doctors, blog posts on health problems, video interviews from experts and then make their healthcare choices. Credihealth Teens clinic helps teenagers and their parents to book doctor appointments or seek a second opinion, online.

Commenting on the launch, Mr. Ravi Virmani, Co-Founder, Credihealth India, said, “Adolescence is a time filled with change for many teenagers, and this phase may make it difficult for parents to identify warning signs. With the launch of Teens clinic, we are able to help teenagers and their parents to deal with the turbulent teenage years.”

The company is offering its services in Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Noida, and planning to expand its services to the rest of India within the next few months.

 

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