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  • Tonic is a health platform from Vice Media
  • Tonic is a health platform from Vice Media
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Tonic is a health platform from Vice Media

Are you confused over what your health insurance covers you for? Or are you a hypochondriac that’s spent too much time with Dr. Google? The latest addition to Vice Media’s arsenal is digital channel Tonic, which offers informed, health-centric content for overwhelmed American Gen Yers.

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