If you write a medical hub and not a physician but have med background what is good disclaimer?
Tell your readers exactly that - you are not a physician, but you have experience, knowledge, good friends, etc (with enough details of course). It is always good to add that a mere reading of the article can't replace an advice from a professional.
Hope this helps:)
I always make a text capsule titled "disclaimer" and in the tell people I'm not a doctor and my information is based on my experience and research". AS Tolovaj said, it's also good to tell people to speak to their doctor before taking any of the advice you offer.
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