Editoral Guidlines

Databio.eu’s primary aim is to educate and provide scientifically based information. The focus is on various health-related topics, presented in easy-to-understand language. We are aware of our responsibility for the well-being of the people who contribute articles in this field.

The content is written exclusively by professional journalists or medical editors with expertise in their field. To avoid serious errors in such sensitive content, articles are fact-checked by medical advisors. This process enables us to provide clear and accurate content. It is based on scientific evidence and reflects the latest research.

The accuracy of the content we produce is our highest priority. All writers must adhere to these guidelines to maintain the integrity of our organisation. Although we work with leading health experts, the content is not intended to replace medical care. We always encourage our readers to seek professional help if they have a health problem or complaint.

Editorial Integrity and Independence

We are committed to independent, ethical and unbiased journalism. All contributors and medical advisors are committed to this and value freedom of expression. Our content should always be independent of political, academic or social affiliations. We aim to present a range of viewpoints and opinions from experts in their field or based on scientific evidence.

None of the editors would accept special favours, gifts or payments in exchange for specific coverage. We also refrain from third party review and approval prior to publication. Where potential conflicts of interest or relationships of any kind arise, readers are informed in advance. Advertisements will be clearly identified and advertisers will not be given priority over other scientific articles. Further information can be found in our Terms and Conditions.

Working methods

Information is gathered from reliable and reputable sources. These may be studies from educational institutions, articles from professional journals or facts from non-profit organisations. However, our readers should also be aware of the limitations and shortcomings of these sources. Our editors have a strong commitment to accuracy and integrity. This means that quotes from experts, other interviewees or the field are presented without bias and in context. We do not interview people who have a potential conflict of interest with the article in question.

We are committed to quality content and therefore distance ourselves from half-truths, deception, carelessness, distortion, prejudice, hate speech, exaggeration or sensationalism. In addition, the content is regularly reviewed and updated to ensure that it is always up to date and accurate. The authors recognise that there is a particular diversity of readers. That’s why they always strive to overcome prejudices and report clearly and without bias.

Mistakes can happen. These should be corrected immediately and transparently for the reader. In this way, the correction is always comprehensible. We also try to be sensitive and use the right language. People with health problems should be empowered and supported.


The entire team is responsible for delivering unique and authentic content. This is why established journalistic standards and methods are so important. Do not duplicate other articles or research. Quotes and sources are clearly identified.