Month: June 2011


Connect to Your (Mobile) Health

Today's post is a blog by Tayla that explores the other side of the cellphone health story - texting. This week we discussed apps in our webinar and how to utilize these applications on your smartphones and tablets but there are also health organizations utilizing text messaging to reach their audiences. One of the best parts…

Health Technology: Apps & Activism Webinar Follow Up

  On Monday night I hosted an awesome webinar conversation between wise Health Activist Kelly Johnston and Rock Health members Halle Tecco and Ryan Panchadsaram. As expected, I learned a bunch of new things about apps, how physicians really feel about technology (hint: they love it), what patients can do to integrate apps into healthy…

June is Dystonia & Migraine Awareness Month

Earlier this month we wrote about 4 Health Awareness Events to Share in June, and we hope you joined us in sharing information about Men’s Health, Cancer, HIV and Sickle Cell Disease with your communities this month. What you may not have known, however, is that June is also the month devoted to raising awareness…

Health Activists To Bring Empowerment to ePharma West

Image Credit: http://www.iirusa.com/epharmawest/welcome.xml Health Activists are bringing the message of empowerment and the power of online community to the upcoming ePharma Summit West! We're so excited to be featuring two great Health Activists: Manny Hernandez and Jamie Inman, who will be representing our community in the Summit! These two will be incredible additions to our panel…

CML Community Survey – Share your thoughts!

In our ongoing mission to empower Health Activists, WEGO Health is excited to announce an upcoming educational program - “Understanding and Managing CML” made possible by one of WEGO Health’s sponsors.   In preparation for this program, we’re asking members of the online CML community to share their thoughts and opinions in our CML community…

The iPad and Your Health (Activism)

Today's post on Health Technology is written by WEGO Health intern Tayla Holman (Welcome, Tayla!). Tayla's post zeros-in on the tablet phenomenon (particularly, the iPad) and how the shiny magazine-sized pieces of technology are sliding their way into our healthcare. Whether you have your own iPad or, like me, still covet one - the use…
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