Month: April 2009


Twitter Fundamentals for Health Activists

In our ongoing effort to empower Health Activists, WEGO Health will be hosting “Twitter Fundamentals for Health Activists”; a webinar event on Thursday, April 30th at 12PM Eastern Time.Do you have a Twitter account, but wonder "now what"? Well this is the webinar for you. Join us as we share tips and tricks about how…

Fertility Spotlight: Trish

Spotlight: TrishWebsites: Fertile Hope and Remarkable RobbieBlogging for: 2 + yearsOccupation: Network support, but currently a stay-at-home mom for the next yearFavorite food: "I could eat Mexican food everyday!"Read full article"Stick with it until you've exhausted your options. And if your journey doesn't end with a biological child, don't feel defeated. You're a solider in…

How do you respond to health advice?

I recently came across Sara Nash's blog on MyRACentral and wanted to share a post I just loved: Bugged.The money quote, for me, is: "Sorry, but when did proselytizing one’s unsolicited cure-all become OK?"Sara gets at something we all deal with as Health Activists and members of online health communities--there are always people out there…

Spotlight Interview: Ruth Smith

About Ruth:  I spend most of my time on BestAllergySites.com, but contribute when I can to my blog on sustainable living, crafting, and organic gardening at GreenPeony.com. In a past life I was a Graphic Designer, now I'm a writer, artist, life learner, and most of all mother of two-which we all know is more…

Spotlight Interview: Amy Leger from The Savvy Celiac

Spotlight On: Amy LegerVisit her at: The Savvy CeliacBlogging Since: October 2008Other Blogs: I blog about running on RunningMoms website, for moms (or any women) who are trying to fit running into their busy lives.Occupation: Freelance writer/communications professionalVolunteer & Advocacy work: Volunteer for Raising our Celiac Kids, Volunteer singer at Grace Lutheran Church. I bothered…
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