December Blog Carnival Recap: Your Top 10 of 2010

Last year (well, last month!) we asked you what 10 things you liked best about 2010 and you reported back with awesome recaps. You reminded us of your best posts, big milestones, and favorites from your past year in Health Activism.

Check out a few highlights:

Kelly remembered this milestone fondly: “1) American College of Rheumatology Scientific Meeting. Attending the weeklong meeting in Atlanta was a milestone for me, for my blog, and for the RA community. This was the first time a patient attended the meetings as press. However, the week itself was also full of milestones that I cannot easily summarize. There was one special blog post to describe how it affected my perspective: American College of Rheumatology Annual Meeting 2010 and a little video telling the highlights: Video: Thoughts from American College of Rheumatology (ACR) 2010.”

Janeen‘s #2 of 2010 was: “2. All of the wonderful and moving videos from the Food Allergy Initiative : There is no better way to get your point across than with a moving video that shows everything you are feeling. These videos are truly valuable. So is all the work that FAI does to try to find a cure.”

Amy was proud of “1. The creation of the Mental Health and Social Media Chat on Twitter. (#mhsm) In the beginning of February of 2010, (February 9, 2010 to be exact) I launched, in a solo effort, the #mhsm chat on Twitter. It has continued on every Tuesday evening, now at 9pm Eastern (with only one exception) since. The community has grown and been a great source of conversation, brainstorming, and awareness efforts.”

One of Ellen‘s favorite blog posts of 2010 was “A physician’s 10 commandments Written from the patient’s perspective, this generated quite a few conversations.”

The Sanford Burham science blog recapped their most popular posts here.

And if you missed it – #10 on our WEGO Health Top 10 of 2010 was actually the Health Activist Blog Carnival! If that’s not a meta way to wrap up this post, I don’t know what is!

Thanks to everyone who submitted and to everyone who looked back over 2010 and saw awesome feats of Health Activism!

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