Martin joins EverydayHealth

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Marjorie Martin
Marjorie Martin

Veteran health media leader Marjorie Martin has left About.com Health to join Waterfront Media as SVP, general manager of its EverydayHealth property.

In her new role, Martin will guide day-to-day management and editorial oversight of the Everyday Health brand, including its flagship website EverydayHealth.com.

Previously serving as SVP, general manager of About.com Health, Martin was responsible for all health information and tools on About.com. She has also served as VP of content at WebMD and executive editor of the company's print publication WebMD the Magazine. Prior to WebMD, Martin was executive producer of medical news at CNN.

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