Welcome to your new home in the WebMD Health Exchange!
I hope you found your way in easily. I know change can be both exciting and hard at the same time, so I’m here to help you navigate around and I’ll do my best to answer any questions you have.
Jump in and start playing around with the functionality. Try posting a discussion and adding a poll. Post a tip and share a resource. Vote on Tips and Resources as well, and see how that works. If you have questions, and I am not around you can visit the new Welcome Exchange where there will be moderators standing by throughout the next week to help. We’ve also put up some information on our Community Blog that you can check out as you wait for one-on-one feedback. I can’t wait to see all our familiar faces back in the community and sharing the wonderful support we all
know and love here at WebMD.
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