August 31st, 2011
There’s nothing quite like hearing others share stories of empowerment, overcoming challenges, and making a real difference to make you feel inspired. On Monday evening, we hosted our Advocating for Others webinar with Health Activists Janeen and Marla – and I learned so much from these powerful parents. In our …Read More
August 10th, 2009
If you’re living with seasonal or indoor allergies and actively participate in online health communities, you may qualify for a paid survey hosted by WEGO Health on behalf of one of our sponsors.
This 26-question survey is about your experiences with seasonal or indoor allergies, it should take about 15 or 20 minutes to complete.
All participants who complete the survey will receive a $10 Amazon.com gift certificate.This survey …Read More
July 7th, 2009
/+0/+Where to find her: Peanut Free MamaI’ve been blogging since 2002. I started a personal blog in 2002 at Gab’s House o’ Sass, then I started a blog for my daughter in 2004 which evolved into my current blog (where I devote most of my writing).
Occupation: I manage the marketing department of a scientific publisher in Northern California.
Why “Peanut Fee Mama”?
When my daughter was diagnosed with a peanut allergy, I really felt that I absolutely had to live …Read More
June 12th, 2009
In our ongoing work to empower Health Activists, we are holding Community Insight Groups – online focus groups – for people who are active contributors to the online seasonal allergy community.We are holding Insight Groups on Tuesday, June 23rd for people who suffer from seasonal allergies AND are active …Read More
June 12th, 2009
Allergies are everywhere and WEGO Health is no exception! Since Spring sprung a few weeks ago – we’ve had a lot of great discussions and blog posts about itchy eyes, sneezing fits, and prevalent tissue piles.Have you noticed that this year your seasonal allergies are worse than ever? You’re not alone. In fact, some …Read More