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 someone with a newly diagnosed child will find something useful in my writing – even if its a giggle. What makes my blog unique? Not sure my blog is very unique – unfortunately there are so many kids and adults with diabetes that diabetes blogs are common (that is fortunate) – yet each offers readers unique experiences and/or stories of struggles that are similar to their own – therefore offering up a sense of normal.”



 

Debbie Norman

@dorkydeb

“I run several different blogs. I plan to split my posts across my blogs, but post at least one post per day. What makes my blog(s) unique? Well… I have multiple medical issues, my husband is a nurse, and our youngest child has autism. So I often see things from the point of view of the patient, the medical professional, AND the caregiver. I am stubborn and I fight hard for myself and others. I believe in remaining hopeful and keeping a positive attitude!”

 


 

Kamie in Wonderland

@kamieleigh

“I blog about my health because it is a way to release my fears, my pain, my hopes, my dreams, and my desires for the future.”

 

 

 

  • http://www.facebook.com/spschwarz Shelley Peterman Schwarz

    I was  diagnosed with Primary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis more than 30 years ago.  My blog “What I learn about living from my chronic illness,” shares stories, insights, and lessons learned along the way.  Using video, photos, humor and honesty, my messages, tips, and strategies for living are positive, helpful, and hope-full.