Month: April 2015


Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards Partner – It's Just a Bad Day

We had some great partners in this year’s Health Activist Awards. Today we’re highlighting It’s Just A Bad Day.     In her blog about body appreciation, Julie’s infectious positivity boosts the morale of her loyal readers: So instead of being angry with our immune system, our joints, the list of restrictions we’re not allowed…

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards Partner – Words I Wheel By

Words I Wheel By was one of our partners for the Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards.  Emily, a Disability Health Activist, wrote a post on Disability.gov about her struggle between advocacy and life beyond her wheelchair. While my reality is one that I don’t always love, it’s one that I unwaveringly embrace. Now, I’ll still be the…

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards Partner – Purple Project

We’re highlighting our partners in this year’s Health Activist Awards. Today we are featuring Purple Project.     Kelly, of the Purple Project, makes light of 10 years since her Crohn’s diagnosis and shared this on her blog: I have no idea what the next 10 years will bring, but I hope sometime within those years,…

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards Partner – MSSymptoms

We’re highlighting our partners that are a part of this year’s Health Activist Awards. Today we shine the light on MSSymptoms.   Melissa penned a blog about her goal to bring high quality healthcare for those living with Multiple Sclerosis to those living in rural areas. “My dream is for all rural patients to have…

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards Partner – Allergy and Asthma Network

We're checking out the Allergy and Asthma Network, a partner in this year’s Health Activist Awards.   Nancy Sander founded the Allergy and Asthma Network after struggling to manage her daughter’s severe asthma. Understanding the plight of parents with asthmatic children, Nancy wanted to create a place where she could help others. Allergy and Asthma Network's…

Fourth Annual Health Activist Awards Partner – United Ostomy Associations of America

We’ve been highlighting the great work our partners in this year’s Health Activist Awards. Today, we’re focusing on United Ostomy Associations of America.     United Ostomy Associations of America, Inc. is a national network for bowel and urinary diversion support groups. UOAA unifies these many groups and offers many patient support services. One outstanding program…
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