Month: November 2012


Today's #HAchat: The Stress of Raising Awareness

Image Credit: Auntie P on Flickr Since November is a busy month of awareness events for a handful of active health communities - we thought it would be a good time to discuss awareness, advocacy, and how to keep yourself motivated when stress builds.   Whether your condition is often covered in the media, rife…

Treatment Diaries Roundtable Recap

A few weeks ago we had the honor of co-hosting a panel discussion alongside Amy of Treatment Diaries. The discussion centered on the patient experience and how social media and online resources are helping change patients and caregivers' lives for the better. It was an awesome chat that happened during the panel and on Twitter…

Featured Health Blogs Day 9

In honor of National Health Blog Post Month - we're featuring health blogs and the bloggers who write them! [Click the pictures to visit the blogs]   Hope Whispers @kmunoz28 "I started out just to keep my friends and family up to date.  But when I started to look for others with my illness, I couldn't…

Featuring Health Blogs Day 8

In honor of National Health Blog Post Month - we're featuring health blogs and the bloggers who write them! [Click the pictures to visit the blogs] The World Spins Madly On. "I blog about my struggle to survive this life with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Fibromyalgia, and Dysautonomia."     Inflamed and Untamed @sara_ringer   The Power of…

Guest Post: Debbie Rosas, Co-Founder of Nia Technique

Here is a wonderful guest post and interview with Debbie Rosas, a Health Activist who has received many WEGO Health Activist Award nominations for her work in creating the Nia Technique. We thought this would be an opportunity to learn more about what the Nia Technique is and get to know a bit more about…

Featuring Health Blogs Day 7

In honor of National Health Blog Post Month - we're featuring health blogs and the bloggers who write them! [Click the pictures to visit the blogs]   Stick With It Sugar @momof2t1s "I blog about life with multiple kids that have Type 1 Diabetes. I blog because my brain will explode if I don't and maybe…
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