About MIDSS Team
Welcome to the Medical Inspiration Daily For Stronger Society (MIDSS). This website is designed as a repository of instruments used to collect data from across the social sciences.
Founder & CMO at MIDSS
Adrian, W., Nutritionist
Herbalist, Wellness Writer, Organic Farmer
Dr. Stephanie, N., NMD
Naturopathic Physician, Nutritionist, Health & Medical Writer
Brittany, F., PhD
Occupational Therapist, Medical Reviewer
Heather, F., Health Coaching
Integrative Nutrition Health Coach, Wellness Writer
Jennifer, T., BSN, RN
Medical Writer & BSN, RN
Nyasha, S., BS
Medical Writer, Health & Fitness
Yelena, W., MPH, RD
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, MPH
Blanca, G., RDN
Registered Dietitian Nutritionist
Conor, P., MD
Surya, B., Nutritionist
VanDoren, C., Nutritionist
Personal Trainer, Nutritionist, Health & Wellness Writer
Sutton, D., MD
Medical Writer & Editor
Shakoor, Z., Nutritionist
Nutrition, Exercise & Health Specialist/Writer
Cueto, E.G., MD
Medical Doctor & Medical Writer
Oglesbee, P., BA
Health, Wellness & Beauty Writer
Bayer, R., MD
Medical Writer & Medical Doctor
Clarke, M., MBAHM
MBA in Healthcare Management
1. Our Mission
The mission of MIDSS is to be one of the world’s leading providers of information regarding effective medicines, medical treatments, and active ingredients. The solution is often within reach, all that is missing is information and knowledge. Using the most recent research findings and latest scientific works, we help you to make your decision with more security and thus greater personal responsibility. Furthermore, we enable professionals to make more informed decisions, discuss potential consequences, and determine whether or not they can ultimately help you, so you can choose the best option for yourself and the people you care about.
2. Our Value
MIDSS’s diverse team of writers, editors, and contributors is dedicated to delivering comprehensive and top-rate quality articles that are reader-centric. It is our goal that you use the information we provide to optimize your options and make the best purchasing decisions for your health, family, and loved ones.
We take the responsibility to create trustworthy and informative content. To ensure our articles are authentic, accurate, and up-to-date, each published piece undergoes an industry-leading review process including meticulous fact-checking for medical, and scientific accuracy. MIDSS writers are health experts and devoted specialists who are committed to providing high-quality, neutral, and evidence-based research on health and wellness information.
Our well-trained editorial team has a deep understanding of consumer insights, and social trends using the best practices to make sure you understand what you’re reading. We have rigorous citation guidelines that are primary sources selected from peer-reviewed studies, academic research institutes, and medical journals, and then medically reviewed by certified physicians. To support transparency, we link all the sources within the articles and display them at the bottom of the resources section.
MIDSS stands out because of our distinguished principles, beliefs, and standards to empower you to take the initiative in your health.
2. Fack Checked
All Midss articles adhere to the following Fact checked standards:
We always strive to find accurate, reliable, and up-to-date references. All research and research papers referenced must be from reputable journals or academic associations and are relevant to the content of the article.
All research, citations, and statistics used in an article must link to or reference the original source. The article must also state why any statistics or any claims presented are relevant. Besides citations, we always try to insert hyperlinks to specific elements in the article. It helps to prove the credibility of that content. and make it easier for users to find sources.
All content related to products that are functional foods, medicines, dietary routes, health, etc. Availability, cost, and side effects should be clearly described. All recommendations must be presented as truthfully as possible to the reader.
The accuracy of the studies must also be clearly explained in the article, there must be a minimum of 2 studies from the associations to validate relevant information.