MODERN HEALTH AND LIVING
A GUIDE TO HEALTHY LIVING FOR MEN, WOMEN, CHILDREN AND SENIORS
about the paper
Modern Health and Living is fully dedicated to health and nutrition. Our articles are professionally written and 100% informational. We keep our quality up for our readers every month looking for the latest in Healthy Living. All our articles come from national news sources such as the Mayo Clinic, Berkeley Wellness Newsletter Nutrition Action, John Hopkins Newsletter as well as local professionals such as Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Aurora, Aurora Advanced Healthcare, Eye Care Specialists, Milwaukee Eye, Medical Associates, Lifesteps Wellness Clinic, Rogers Center for Research, Alexian Brothers Village, Progressive Physical Therapy, Alzheimer Association, Jewish Family Services and many other healthcare professionals.
in every issue
How many people do you know that are not interested in their health? The answer to this very question is why Modern Health and Living has had one of the largest followings of any publication in the Milwaukee and Waukesha areas since 1992. Our newspaper is full of vital information that pertains to your health and well being. We tend to stay away from the non-informative news that ﬁlls many publications and lean towards articles ﬁlled with useful health information. This is why Modern Health and Living is read cover to cover by many readers and advertisers
All our articles come from national news sources such as the Mayo Clinic, Berkeley Wellness Newsletter Nutrition Action, John Hopkins Newsletteras well as local professionals such as Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare, Aurora,Aurora Advanced Healthcare, Eye Care Specialists, Milwaukee Eye, Medical Associates, Lifesteps Wellness Clinic, Rogers Center for Research, Alexian Brothers Village, Progressive Physical Therapy, Alzheimer Association, Jewish Family Services and many other healthcare professionals. WOMEN’S HEALTH MEN’S HEALTH CHILDREN’S HEALTH SENIOR HEALTH AND LIVING TRADITIONAL MEDICINE WELL-BEING Articles include: Vision, Nutrition, Fitness, Mental health, Healthy Families
(senior moving features, senior planning, independent and assisted living, alzheimer, memory care, hospice, hearing, senior housing directory, senior health directory)
Well-Being (a special feature dedicated to complementary medicine)
Children’s Healthy Living (special articles featuring your child’s well-being, summer camp, children’s health an camp directory)
Senior Health and Living Throughout the year, Modern Health and Livinghas special featured articles. Each month we have a special focus on different healthy living topics such as: Aging, Allergy and Asthma, Alzheimer, Autism, Cancer, Healthy Living, HearingHeart, Hospice, Lupus, Massage, Memory Care, Osteoporosis, Pain, Physical Therapy and other health related topics. Modern Health and Living is the only Milwaukee publication dedicated to health and nutrition that focuses on traditional, complementary and integrative medicine as well an overall healthy living lifestyle for every age!
Distribution & Readership Milwaukee County Bayside Brown Deer Eastside of Milwaukee Franklin Glendale Greendale Greenﬁeld Hales Corners Milwaukee Oak Creek River Hills Shorewood South Milwaukee Wauwatosa West Allis Whiteﬁsh Bay Ozaukee County Cedarburg Grafton Mequon Theinsville Washington County Germantown West Bend Jackson Waukesha County Brookﬁeld Delaﬁeld Menomonee Falls Muskego New Berlin Oconomowoc Sussex Pewaukee Waukesha
15,000 copies of Modern Health and Living are printed and distributed to over 400 locations in Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington and Ozaukee counties. Our delivery routes have been meticulously crafted to maximize readership. We constantly upgrade our delivery sites to improve readership and visibility in the communities. It is estimated that HealthWisc has over $40,000 readers each month! The main diﬀerence between us and ther publications is that all of our delivery drivers advertise with us. This eans they have a vested interest in getting their advertisement out and care about getting the papers to the place where they need to go.
Modern Health and Living is distributed to: Grocery Stores: Pick n Save, Sentry, Outpost Natural Foods, Beans n Barely Rupena’s Fine Foods Pharmacies: Aurora Pharmacy, Ye Olde Pharmacy, Walgreens Fitness: YMCA, Elite Fitness and Racquet Clubs, Le Club, Southridge Athletic Club, WAC, Peak erformance, Fitness Together Libraries: Milwaukee, Ozaukee and Waukesha counties Hospitals and Healthcare Facilities: Wheaton Franciscan - Elmbrook, St. Joseph, St Francis, Wisconsin Heart Hospital, Aurora - Sinai, St. Lukes, West Allis Memorial, Women’s Pavillion, Aurora Advanced Healthcare -12 locations, Medical Associates, Glendale Clinics, Medical College, Columbia St. Marys - Mequon and Milwaukee Other misc locations: Over 50 doctor’s oﬃces, Qdoba, Cafes, Starbucks, Subway, Senior organizations, Professional Buildings, Harry Schwartz Bookstore, Barnes and Noble Bookstores and many other high traﬃc areas.
Modern Health and Living is distributed to higher income areas. Our readers are focused on getting new information on their and their family’s health and well-being.Our Senior readers also look for housing opportunities and helpful tips for their life planning. Our readers are estimated to be 60% women and 40 % men Ages of our readers are estimated as 30-39 years of age...35% 40-75 years of age...60% other...........................5% Our eﬀorts are recognized by phone calls asking for back issues for stories and advertisements.
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SUBMITTING ADVERTISEMENT IN MODERN HEALTH AND LIVING Modern Health and Living uses both verbal and written contracts regarding advertising. Once you have verbally committed to an ad, we expect that you will follow through and meet your obligation in helping to get the ad published. We oﬀer free typesetting and are generally very adept at design what you are looking for. Problems we run into generally revolve around getting the source material to design your ad. Here are some guidelines to help everything run smoothly. 1 Please don’t ask us to call a competitor to collect ad copy. Although most other publications are 1. very helpful, it puts us in an awkward position. 2. Please understand that we cannot pull graphics out of thin air that have run in other publications. 2 If you really have to have a particular graphic, logo, picture, etc. to be included in your ad, we would appreciate if you would take the appropriate steps to have that graphic for us in a digital format. 3. PDF is the best format for ads that are completely camera ready and to size. If the ad isn’t to the right size, TIF, EPS or JPG will probably work. 4. TIF is the best format to send a graphic ﬁle. If there is a graphic or picture, we would appreciate 4 getting it in a TIF format. The next best would be JPG or EPS. 5. If you are sending a color ﬁle, it is absolutely imperative that all images are converted to CMYK and you are using a CMYK color palette to select any colors within the ad. If you are unsure what CMYK means, please contact us. (262.375.6705) 6. A good general rule of thumb is that if an image looks fuzzy or blurry on your screen, that is the way it will print. You should be able to zoom fairly close before you can see blurriness in an image. All ad materials can be emailed to email@example.com or faxed to 414.751.9909
January Children’s Health Feature Complementary Health Feature Healthy Weight Month Nutrition
February Health Awareness Guide (Biggest Issue of the Year) Heart Awareness Month
March Nutrition Month Health Directory Children’s Camp Directory Senior Living Directory
Vision Children’s camp feature Senior Living Guide Cancer Control Month
May Women’s Health Feature Get active Stay healthy for kids Mother’s feature Cosmetic Surgery Senior Health and Fitness Allergy and Asthma Better Hearing
Physical/Massage Therapy Complementary Medicine Feature Breast Cancer Lupus Osteoporosis
November Senior Health & Living Guide Hospice Diabetes Healthy skin Alzheimer Holiday Gift Guide
June Physical/Massage Therapy Pain Feature Rehabilitation Healthy Skin Summer Senior Moving Feature Get active Stay healthy
Holiday Depression Holiday Gift Guide Men’s Health Feature Senior Community Feature
July Complementary Health Special Feature Summer Health Feature
August Children’s Health Feature Eye care feature Senior Activities Feature Healthy Skin
September Health Awareness Feature Woman’s Health Feature Children’s Health Feature Prostate Healthy Aging Month
inside every issue > WOMEN’S HEALTH > MEN’S HEALTH > CHILDREN’S HEALTH > SENIOR HEALTH AND LIVING > TRADITIONAL > MEDICINE > WELL-BEING > VISION, > NUTRITION, > FITNESS, > MENTAL HEALTH, > HEALTHY FAMILIES
Article Submission Guidelines for newspaper and web MHL encourages the submissions of articles. But, it is important that the articles do not show bias or favoritism towards the submitting party. In order to keep editorial integrity, the following guidelines must be agreed to before acceptance of a submission.
1. The article must not include references to the advertiser or be promotional in nature. 2. The advertiser cannot make inclusion of the article as part of an advertising package. 3. The publisher can edit the article in accordance with space or content considerations. 4. Mistakes, omissions or technical errors within the article by the publisher will have no impact on any advertising agreement between HealthWisc and their advertisers. 5. Articles not up to our standards will not be run. 6. We will not guarantee particular placement or inclusion of stylistic elements such as pictures, graphs, charts etc. 7. Lewis Media Group has the right to use the article for HealthWisc Monthly newspaper, HealthWisc Monthly website and other media outlets aﬃliated with Lewis Media Group for perpetual use at no charge.
to your design restrictions. We will do everything in our power to accommodate the look and layout of your ad, but the story content and layout is not subject to advertiser approval and we are very ﬁrm about that. Thank you for adhering to these guidelines and not asking us to compromise our editorial integrity. We hope that you understand that we will be able to provide a much better product if the editorial part of the newspaper is autonomous from the advertising part. The best way to submit an article is using Microsoft Word and emailing it to: info@ lewismediagroup.com Times New Roman 10 point Justiﬁed First Line .15 We will format all headlines, etc. Please do not pre-format the articles with special bullets, type faces and graphics. All this does is cause for more mistakes when the article is printed.
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