Editorial Policy

Website Goals

Our goal is to provide health information to the public that is both written in simple language and based on highly credible international medical literature.

MD.Saúde was created to be a trustworthy source of medical information for the general public.

The educational content on this website is written and reviewed exclusively by physicians, ensuring it remains up-to-date and aligned with the latest evidence-based medical information.

The content published by mdsaude.com serves solely to inform and educate the public about healthcare and medical issues. The information on this site should not be used as a substitute for medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment.

If you have or suspect you have a medical condition, consult a qualified healthcare professional before taking any action.

Editorial Independence

Although mdsaude.com is funded by online advertising, our content is produced independently, maintaining rigorous standards of quality, accuracy, and integrity.

We do not accept any interference from financial sources in the editorial part of the site. We do not publish advertising articles known as advertorials, nor do we write texts at the request of advertisers.

For more information about our advertising policy, please visit: Advertising Policy.

Why is our content better?

In an environment notorious for inaccurate information, sensationalism, and pseudoscience, mdsaude.com stands out as a reliable source of health information due to its 100% evidence-based scientific content.

Bibliographic References

All bibliographic references are scientifically accredited sources and written by healthcare professionals specialized in the areas in question.

Among the sources used are scientific journals, websites of internationally recognized health organizations, and medical books published by specialized publishers.

Among the most frequently used bibliographic references by mdsaude.com, we can mention:

  • New England Journal of Medicine.
  • Nature Medicine.
  • The Lancet.
  • The British Medical Journal.
  • The Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA).
  • Annals of Internal Medicine.
  • uptodate.com.
  • medscape.com.
  • World Health Organization – WHO.
  • National Institutes of Health (NIH).
  • Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
  • Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine.

We do not use non-medical and non-scientific magazines, newspapers, or websites as sources.


All articles on mdsaude.com are written and reviewed by physicians who are members of our editorial team.

Medical texts are written exclusively by physicians. Texts on psychology and psychiatry are written jointly by physicians and psychologists.

None of our editorial team members lack academic training in the healthcare field.

None of our collaborators have any conflict of interest regarding the topics they address.

For more information about mdsaude.com’s editorial team, read: About us.