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When referencing a webpage, use the most specific date possible (the full date if known). Italicise the title of the individual webpage and, if the webpage has an individual (rather than corporate/group) author, include the name of the website (not in italics) before the URL.

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Werneburg, B. L. (2017). Improve your relationships with better communication.  Mayo Clinic. 

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