Pages we’ve updated in October

    The latest info on some big pages, plus future plans.

    It’s Nick (Lead Researcher at Examine) — I wanted to show you the pages we’ve updated since September. Before I do that, though, I wanted to share a fun fact: in the last 4 months, we’ve updated over 100 pages, and over 70 of those have included major changes to our FAQs, database, or both.

    I say this all the time, but keeping all our pages current is a huge undertaking, and it’s only possible because of our team of 30+ hardworking and brilliant researchers. I’m tremendously grateful for every single one of them.

    Here’s what we’ve accomplished in the last month!

    Major Updates (Considerable updates to the FAQs, database, or both.)

    Minor Updates (Small additions, changes, or corrections.)

    For more details about each of these updates, check out our shiny new update log! Not only does the update log show every time one of our intervention or topic pages are updated, but it’ll also show you when new study summaries are added to the research feed, new versions of the supplement guides are released, and any technical changes are made to our site. Our goal is to be as trustworthy as possible, and being 100% transparent is a big part of that.

    On that note, you will also start seeing “under construction” notices on some of our pages soon. This will be our way of communicating to you that the page is currently being updated, and that you can expect newer, more current information on the page soon. Keep an eye out for that in the coming weeks.

    As always, I love hearing from you, so please reply to this email if you have any suggestions for studies or topics we should cover. And if you’d like to see all the content we have to offer, you can try out Examine+ for free for 7 days.

    Until next time!

    Nick Milazzo, MS, MPH
    Lead Researcher