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InteliHealth's Corrections Policy
Aetna InteliHealth and our content providers are committed to providing accurate, trustworthy health content. It is our policy to make corrections and clarifications to our original health content when necessary. Original health content includes: Health A to Z, Diseases and Conditions, Your Health areas, Ask the Expert, Harvard News Reviews, Harvard Commentaries, and our interactive tools. We will post all corrections, the nature of the issue, and the date of the correction on this page.
On September 3, we published a Harvard Commentary with errors about carbohydrates. We published the corrected version on September 14, the same day we were alerted to the error. You can find the corrected commentary here.
On July 15, we published an article titled "Calories, Not Sweeteners, Are the Culprits in the Obesity Debate," from the New York Times News Service. The article was not news, but an opinion column. It was published with our news in error. We removed the article the same day.
On March 23, we published a news story from the New York Times News Service called "A To-Do List for Better Health." It contained an error about the recommended dose of fish oil. Because we cannot correct a news story from this source, we removed the story on March 25, the same day we were alerted to the error.
On March 5, we published a Harvard Commentary with errors about conventional white eggs. The corrected version was posted on March 22, the same day we were alerted to the error. You can find the corrected commentary here.
Last updated September 14, 2010