Archive for November, 2012

November 30th, 2012

Have you shared Multiple Myeloma & Your Bones?

by Amanda

We are so excited to announce the launch of our new Sharing Hub – Multiple Myeloma and Your Bones – and share new content with everyone in the Multiple Myeloma Online Community.

 

These shareable videos feature inspiring Health Activists Jack Aiello, Lori Puente of Riding the Wave – Multiple Myeloma, and Linda Baker of Walking with BigEZ …Read More

November 30th, 2012

Nominate for: Best in Show

by Amanda

It’s WEGO Health Activist Awards season! Let’s celebrate the amazing things that members of the online health community did in 2012. Here at WEGO Health, we’ll be sharing our favorite parts of Health Activism now til the end of the year – and we hope you’ll join us. A great (and easy) way to say “thanks” and recognize the hard work of an advocate you know  is by nominating them for an …Read More

November 28th, 2012

Nominate for: Best Ensemble Cast

by Amanda

It’s WEGO Health Activist Awards season! Let’s celebrate the amazing things that members of the online health community did in 2012. Here at WEGO Health, we’ll be sharing our favorite parts of Health Activism now til the end of the year – and we hope you’ll join us. A great (and easy) way to say “thanks” and recognize …Read More

November 27th, 2012

Today’s #HAchat: Alternative and Natural Medicine

by Amanda

Conversations about alternative treatments and natural remedies come up occasionally in our community – but likely occur more often in your individual health communities. When it comes to feeling better – just about anything seems worth trying. But, as we know, miracle cures are easily peddled online – …Read More

November 26th, 2012

Nominate for: Advocating for Another 2012

by Amanda

It’s WEGO Health Activist Awards season! Let’s celebrate the amazing things that members of the online health community did in 2012. Here at WEGO Health, we’ll be sharing our favorite parts of Health Activism now til the end of the year – and we hope you’ll join us. A great (and easy) way to say “thanks” and recognize the …Read More

November 23rd, 2012

Give Back: Charity Sunday

by Amanda

As the year comes to a close – the holiday season is here! Now is the time for to see those we love, exchange gifts and goodies, and create memories. It’s also a great time to reflect on the year, our accomplishments, and how we can help and support others.

 

This weekend starts the official gift-buying portion …Read More

November 19th, 2012

Featuring Health Blogs Day 19

by Amanda

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]

 

 

Trials & Tribulations of Being Type 1 Diabetic

@kellywpa

“I have several complications from diabetes.  I write about my health because I struggled for a long time trying to figure out how to manage …Read More

November 19th, 2012

Roundtable Recap: ADHD

by Amanda

Last Friday we talked about ADD and ADHD with leaders in the community who had a ton to say about awareness, stigma, treatment, and what it’s like to find yourself in such a misunderstood (and often-shamed) condition that affects each person differently. –Amanda

 

Roundtable Recap: ADHD

by Marissa
 

Here at WEGO Health decided to learn a little more about …Read More

November 16th, 2012

Interview with: Coach Nicole of Acacia

by Amanda

It’s Fitness Friday and we have a new interview with Coach Nicole of Acacia . Nicole and her team focus on helping their community live healthy, joyful lives.

1.       Tell us how you became a fitness advocate and why it’s important to you?
I have been an advocate for fitness and health most of my life! …Read More

November 15th, 2012

Featuring Health Blogs Day 16

by Amanda

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]

Crohnological Order

@kathfantastic

“I try to express how I live with Crohn’s Disease using humour and light hearted stories. I want people who already suffer, are new to the disease or have a loved one who …Read More