1. Information is often presented in chunks, so that to read a whole article I have to keep clicking "NEXT." Usually, "NEXT" opens up a whole new window, often of the same page I'm trying to leave for the next page. So I click"NEXT" on that page, and get yet ANOTHER window with the same page: no way to read an entire article! This doesn't generally happen with other websites. Incompetent software engineers.
2. They asked me to fill out a survey. I tried to take their survey, but at one point it demanded that I put "at least one checkmark" in a particular column, indicating myself to be the caregiver for someone with a medical condition. I am NOT a caregiver, so I couldn't check anything without lying, which I refuse to do. They had wasted my time, and I don't take Kindly to that. Incompetent software engineers.
3. At the bottom of each page of the survey was a link for "Contact us." Clicking on it did NOT open up a contact form--instead it opened my email program, with their email address pre-filled-in. I wrote to them about #2 above and clicked "SEND." I immediately got a message that my message could not be delivered! WTF? It was THEIR automatic eddress fill! Incompetent software engineers.
I am a retired engineer, some years of my career having been spent in software quality assurance. WebMD should be paying me to find their bugs!