About Us


HEALTH ALERT.IN is digital version of (Dular Health alert) news paper which is registerd by RNI.Registration Number RAJBIL/2013/48877. BELIEVE IN quality, research, and transparency we put into every article.All articles are thoroughly researched and reference high-quality studies and information to support the subject matter.articles medically reviewed by doctors and subject matter specialists.

Our experts continually monitor the health and wellness space. As medical standards change or we get reader feedback, we update the information in our articles.


We want to help you TO BE HEALTHY.Healthalert covers all facets of physical and mental health openly and objectively because we’re here for your whole life. And because people come to us with unique challenges we listen closely and put empathy first across our organization. In everything from our personal perspectives to our commitment to inclusivity, you’ll see that we feel with you. 


Our content is for informational purposes only and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you think you may have a medical emergency, call your doctor or go to hospital immediately. Our websites operate under a code of conduct to encourage welcoming, diverse, and inclusive interactions; and to discourage harassment of any kind.

Ad & Sponsorship Policy

HEALTHALERT.IN’s mission is to be your most trusted ally in your pursuit of health and well-being. We’re committed to bringing you authoritative, approachable, and actionable content that inspires and guides you toward the best possible health outcomes for you and your family. The content and experiences produced by HEALTHALERT.IN are created under strict editorial and medical guidelines to ensure accuracy and clarity. HealthALERT.IN is funded through the sale of advertising that appears on its properties, which include websites, social media and partner publications. Be assured that we’re absolutely inflexible about our editorial autonomy. In some cases, HealthALERT.IN may create co-branded or branded content in partnership with our sponsors, and/or present content created by our sponsors. This content is ALWAYS clearly labeled.

Here are the specific guidelines we follow about the types of advertising we accept:

We review the ads.

We maintain sole discretion for determining the types of ads that will be accepted and displayed on HealthALERT.IN properties. We reserve the right to reject, cancel, or remove any ads at any time and for any reason. We will provide prompt notice to the advertiser upon rejection, cancellation, or removal of any ad, along with an explanation. We also reserve the right to determine the appropriate placement of ads on HealthALERT.IN properties.

We don’t endorse any advertised products or services.

Although products may appear on our site in the form of advertisements, under no circumstances shall our acceptance of any ad be considered an endorsement of the product(s) and/or service(s) advertised, or for the company that manufactures, distributes, or promotes these product(s) or service(s). In some cases, Healthline Media’s editorial team may rate or rank certain products or services. These ratings or rankings are determined solely by the editorial team(s) without regard to any financial or advertising relationship that may exist with companies that provide the product or services.

We will not accept certain types of ads.

We will not accept any ad that is factually inaccurate and/or, in our opinion, in poor taste. Pharmaceutical advertising is only accepted for approved indication(s) as determined by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Advertised products must be in market and readily available. Healthline Media will not permit, at any time, the placement of any ad for harmful, illegal or objectionable products or services. Ads must not contain fraudulent, deceptive, or offensive material, including material that misrepresents, ridicules, or attacks an individual or group on the basis of age, color, national origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, or disability. Ads must not be related to alcohol, firearms, ammunition, fireworks, gambling, pornography, tobacco, or the simulation of news or an emergency. All ads must clearly identify the advertiser. Any ad that could be misconstrued as editorial content will be clearly labeled as an advertisement.

We clearly distinguish ads from editorial content.

In every instance, we maintain a distinct separation between advertisements and editorial content. All ads on Healthline Media properties are clearly and unambiguously identified as such. Clicking on an ad will take the user to an advertiser’s site or to a sponsor’s resource center hosted on a Healthline Media property. Sponsored resource centers are labeled as such, with the name of the sponsoring entity displayed.

We clearly distinguish between sponsored and non­-sponsored content.

HealthALERT.IN seeks sponsorships from trusted and credible research organizations, manufacturers, and other service providers. Sponsorships provide financial benefit to HealthALERT.IN, but also benefit our users by providing current information on health services, medications, and treatments. Editorial content sponsored by an advertiser is subject to our editorial policy and is reviewed by our editorial staff and Medical Affairs team. When content is provided by or influenced by a named sponsor, we take meaningful steps to ensure our users will not confuse that sponsored content with HealthALERT.IN own original editorial content. Here are the types of sponsored content HealthALERT.IN presents:

Sponsored content: Sponsored content refers to content that is created by HealthALERT.IN covering a topic area that is relevant to an advertiser.HealthALERT.IN has sole editorial control, and no advertiser has any input into the content beyond the broad topic area. Sponsored content will be labeled in one of the following ways: “sponsored by our partners,” “sponsored by,” “from our sponsor,” or “brought to you by.”

Co-branded content: This content is created in partnership with our sponsor and may have a sponsor logo on the page, article, video, or other content. The content adheres to HealthALERT.IN s editorial guidelines and may include products, promotions or links to an advertiser’s site. In some cases, a portion of the content will be created, or directed by an advertiser. Co-branded content will be labeled with the sponsors logo, as well as the following text: “Made in partnership with BRAND NAME.”

Brand pages: HealthALERT.IN may host webpages that present content that is created by our sponsors or advertisers. This content does not undergo an editorial or medical review by HealthALERT.IN, and HealthALERT.IN is not responsible for providing the products or services described on these pages. These pages are hosted as a viewer resource, and are not meant to imply recommendations or endorsements. Brand pages are labeled: “Paid for by.”

Native advertising: Native advertising refers to links or ads that link to other content. These links may direct users to other content on HealthALERT.IN properties, or may link to an advertiser or sponsor owned page. These links are displayed in the space between paragraphs of a HealthALERT.IN article, along the right side of a content page and/or at the bottom of a page below an article or other content. In cases these links direct viewers to co-sponsored content, brand pages or sponsor owned web pages, such links will be labeled with one or more of the following: “Sponsored,” or “Paid for by.”

Social media posts: HealthALERT.IN may present advertising messages, advertisements or sponsored posts in its social media channels. These advertisements will be labeled “#ad” and may also include “#sponsored,” “#PartnerPromotion.”

Affiliate program (ecommerce links in HealthALERT.IN content)

As part of the article creation process, our health and wellness editors will occasionally include links to relevant products they feel could be useful to our readers. While all products are chosen independently, we want you to know that HealthALERT.IN may receive a payment if you make a purchase at the retailer’s site clicking on one of the links we provide.

We clearly distinguish content that is part of a Partner program.

Occasionally HealthALERT.IN will work with products, services or organizations that align with our mission. HealthALERT.IN vets these products, services or organizations for quality and only presents what it feels is valuable to and in the best interest of our users. HealthALERT.IN does not medically review the content and is not responsible for providing the products or services described on these pages. Any partner content of this type will be labeled with the following language, “The following is paid for by our sponsor. The sponsor of this content has sole editorial control.” In the instances where HealthALERT.IN receives a payment when users purchase, or sign up for the product or service the page may also include this language, “HealthALERT.IN and our partners may receive a portion of revenues if you make a purchase using a link above.”

The Code Of Ethics

HEALTHALERT.IN, is a digital media of (Dular Health alert) news paper which is registerd by RNI.Registration Number RAJBIL/2013/48877 a health, wellness and lifestyle website in India adheres to the DNPA Code Of Ethics. The Code Of Ethics enables to maintain a standard across digital media, along with safeguarding the independence of the individual entity creating content as per the set framework and guidelines.

The Digital News Publishers Association (DNPA) has voluntarily drawn up a Code of Ethics for its members as outlined below, which demonstrates their commitment to responsible digital publishing — even as it, in order to protect our 19 (1) (a) and other Constitutionally mandated freedoms, keeps under review and scrutinizes any developments likely to restrict the gathering and dissemination of news and current affairs or any other content.

The object of this Code is to outline high standards, ethics and practices in digital news publishing, and does not constitute any attempt to involve itself in the day-to-day operations of the publishers — who have complete editorial and content independence.

The basic precepts of the Code of Ethics are to maintain the standards of digital publishing as well as protect and maintain the independence of journalists, content entities and publishers.

  1. Digital news websites follow the laws of the land including the Constitution of India, the over 30 laws relating to the media, relevant provisions of IPC, CrPC as well as the Information Technology Act, 2000, where applicable.
  2. They also diligently adhere to accepted norms of journalistic ethics and practices and maintain the highest standards of professional conduct. There are several layers of these self-regulatory ethics and codes including as outlined by specific entities as well as rigorous processes in newsrooms at the level of journalists and editors.
  3. Accuracy, transparency & fairness: Members should eschew publication of inaccurate, baseless or distorted material. Pre-publication verification should be mandatory. Defamation should be avoided. Adherence to applicable laws and rules is necessary.
  4. Right of reply a. News reports and articles should incorporate comments or version of person or party in respect of whom allegations are carried. If not carried, the person or party’s response, if received later, to be incorporated. b. If there are developments in the news, and the concerned person or party requests an update, the same must be carried appropriately. Date of update should also appear in the news item published.
  5. Take down, delete or edit If news report or article is found to contain false or inaccurate information, then on approach by the concerned person or party, providing correct information, identifying himself or herself, providing required documents or material, the portion of the news report or article should be edited or deleted. If the entire news report is found to contain false, inaccurate information, the entire article should be deleted.
  6. Respect Intellectual Property Rights:
  • Copyright in text, photographs, plans, diagrams, cartoons, etc must be respected. If copyrighted material is used, then prior permission should be taken and publication must acknowledge moral and ownership rights.
  • If permission requires payment of fee or royalty, the same must be paid.
  • Trade Marks and Service Marks of third parties not to be used except with prior permission or if such use constitutes fair use.
  • In case infringement of intellectual property upon receiving any request and after getting the necessary documents the concerned content should be edited, deleted or take down if necessary.
  1. Care to be taken for reporting sensational matters and crime. Presumption of innocence must be preserved. Comments and speculation on evidence, witness and witness conduct, accused and victim and their respective conduct to be avoided. Such reporting should be based on facts and unbiased.
  2. Special care to be taken while reporting on sexual harassment in workplace, child abuse, rape, where accused or victims are minors, matrimonial, riots and communal disputes/clashes, divorce and custody cases, adoption matters, etc.
  3. Care to be taken, to follow Sections 67, 67A and 67B of the Information Technology Act, 2000 where applicable — which provide for penalties for publishing or transmitting obscene material, sexually explicit material and also material depicting children in sexually explicit acts, in electronic form.
  4. Grievance Redressal Mechanism

    Members when intermediaries as defined under the Information Technology Act, 2000— follow the grievance redressal mechanism as outlined therein and are cognizant of the liabilities and safe harbour protections under Section 79 of the IT Act 2000. Hence, as relevant, they follow the Information Technology (Intermediary Guidelines) Rules, 2011 including appointing a grievance officer whose contact details are displayed on the website and who acts within 36 hours of receipt of complaint by affected person and redresses the complaint within one month from its receipt.
  5. Training and Awareness Programs

    Conduct periodic training and awareness programs with editorial staff about existing laws including Constitution of India, the over 30 laws relating to the media like The Indecent Representation of Women (Prohibition) Act, Copyright Act, Right to Information Act, relevant provisions of Indian Penal Code and CrPC, civil and criminal defamation, IPR, Juvenile justice, POCSO, relevant provisions relating to reporting on rape and molestation, harassment in the workplace, caste or gender-related crime, domestic violence, etc.
  6. Names of victims and details leading to the identification of victims or perpetrator, if juvenile or in the workplace, to be strictly avoided.
  7. Photographs of victims, their residence, workplace, etc to be avoided.
  8. Special care and caution must be exercised at all times while reporting matters related to communal or religious disputes/clashes. Such news items shall be published only after proper verification of facts and should be presented with due caution and restraint, ensuring an environment that is conducive to promoting communal harmony, amity and peace.
  9. Special care in reporting on courts and judicial matters. Create awareness among editorial staff about legislative privileges and correct reporting of court hearings, judicial matters, etc. To ensure that versions of victim and accused are covered, without comments thereon.
  10. Respect for privacy especially persons not in public life.