HealthCentral takes cash from Barry Diller, Michael Moritz

HealthCentral just announced $50 million in funding. The round included a major investment from IAC and smaller contributions from prior investors Sequoia Capital, Carlyle Group and Polaris Venture Partners. HealthCentral operates several health-related websites, including the long-troubled DrKoop.com, which was once a publicly traded company a bubble or two ago. Here's how their traffic looked last year, according to Compete. It's nice and all, but stick around for the one comparing HealthCentral to WebMD. If I used the word pwnage, I would. But I don't.

Here's HealthCentral.com and its other sites.HealthCentral takes cash from Barry Diller, Michael Moritz
And now, versus WebMD.
HealthCentral takes cash from Barry Diller, Michael MoritzLooks pretty bad for HealthCentral, but it's early yet. The site only changed its name to HealthCentral in 2006.