This health blogging guide contains my top resources for aspiring bloggers. The guide is perfect for you if you want to start a health blog or write health blogs as a freelance writer for clients and employers.
Not since the introduction of the contraceptive pill in 1961 has there been a more exciting and progressive time for women’s health. As the worlds of medicine and technology continue to collide, ‘femtech’ is growing at a rapid pace, with more than $1 billion being pumped into this niche sector in the last three years. These technological breakthroughs in female health now mean we can track our menstrual cycles with our iPhone, tackle postpartum symptoms with handy gadgets, and listen to our baby's heartbeat in the comfort of our own home. But who are the women at the heart of this health revolution?
We could all use some inspiration and motivation. And what better way than to follow a health blogger who’s bursting with bright ideas about new workouts, delicious and nutritious recipes, and expert advice on how to feel good inside and out, both mentally and physically.
Since 1983, we have been the only national organization
dedicated solely to improving the health and wellness of
our nation’s 21 million Black women and girls – physically,
emotionally and financially.
HealthyWomen.org is the nation’s leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women. In fact, we were the first women’s health website to launch covering all women’s health and wellness topics.
Since 1984, the International Women’s Health Coalition has taken courageous stands and achieved political victories for women and girls globally and in local communities.
Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS), also known as the Boston Women's Health Book Collective (BWHBC), is a nonprofit, public interest women''s health education, advocacy, and consulting organization.
Speaking of Women’s Health Executive Director Dr. Holly Thacker and a panel of professionals specializing in women’s health share breaking news along with their opinions, insights and perspectives on topics everyone is talking about.
The mission at Woman’s is to “improve the health of women and infants.” The blog in particular began as an avenue for reaching women and their families as they navigate things like parenting, cancer, and other health-related experiences. Browse member spotlights, parenting tips, nutrition advice, and much more - Healthline
Women's Voices for Change is a news, commentary and opinion website that celebrates women's health, beauty, wisdom and vibrancy. We're here to remind the world how vital, versatile and powerful women over 40 are.
Women's Health offers several blogs for the woman who wants to reach a healthy, attractive weight but doesn't equate that with having thighs the size of toothpicks. We know that exercising and eating well will make you happier and stronger (even if after-work runs can really suck).
A blog about living life well~HypnoBirthing, positive affirmations, holistic living, attachment parenting, & much more.
Life after abortion: News, opinion, personal experience, resources.
Founded in February 2005 as a labor of love by three bloggers, BlogHer's mission is to create opportunities for women who blog to pursue exposure, education, community and economic empowerment. Today BlogHer provides the number-one community for and guide to blogs by women...
Blogging about body image, but interpreted as widely as possible.
One Feminist's Report on Her Breast Cancer, Beginning with Semi-diagnosis *** You don't have to be Jewish to love Levy's rye bread, and you don't have to have cancer to read Cancer Bitch.
Hi I’m Jennifer Borget, a former journalist and currently living my best life as a creator and mom of two. I love writing, photography and making videos. Cherish 365 is where I’m working to make a difference and encouraging others to cherish every day. I launched this blog as “Baby Making Machine” back in 2008 when I was debating motherhood. It has since evolved into a passion of mine where I share my love of life. In 2017 I rebranded as Cherish 365 to better represent this focus.
Dr. Sara Gottfried is an MD and author who knows exactly what it’s like to burn the candle at both ends. Solving the health consequences of her own frazzled, frantic lifestyle became the Gottfried Protocol, which has helped thousands of people over the past 15 years. On her blog, Gottfried discusses food as medicine, hormones, and other pertinent health and wellness topics.
Elvie's mission is to create extraordinary products that improve women's lives. Simple.
While seven months pregnant with twins, Eliz Greene suffered a massive heart attack -- surviving a ten-minute cardiac arrest, the cesarean delivery of her twin daughters, and open-heart surgery. Today, Eliz is on a mission to change the way the world sees heart disease.
I built FLO Living as a virtual online health center to help women solve their hormonal symptoms from anywhere in the world. I published a book called WomanCode, which has been in the Top 50 bestselling women’s health books of all time since it was published.
Looking for “recipes, remedies, and routines to treat your body right”? Native New Yorker, DJ, and It girl Hannah Bronfman started HBFIT to share her tips and tricks for living a balanced, healthy lifestyle. The author is still doing just that, posting recipes, studio spotlights, health advice, and fitness tips in a voice that’s personable and insightful.
This is about getting healthy and staying healthy. You cannot really do that without information. It''s hard to find good information online sometimes, and if your primary provider is as busy as I am, they may not have the time or take the time to make sure you understand. I know''I hear it in my practice all the time.
My name is Suzie, and welcome to my blog, Living Life Less Ordinary. I started this as a place to share the things I am most passionate about including fashion, beauty, health, home decor, food, and travel.
The Maze Women’s team is made up of psychological and physiological experts, and they’re writing about the full range of female sexual health issues. From pelvic floor health to low libido to sex during pregnancy, no topic is off limits - Healthline
Mommyish is a site for parents who are tired of “mommy blogs.” Ranked by Time Magazine as one of the 50 Best Websites of 2012, Mommyish writers take parenting seriously. But we don’t take ourselves seriously. We care about the realities of parenting today, and combine a thirst for the latest parenting news and trends with a tongue in cheek approach to childrearing.
I am not a specialist, doctor, nurse, or exercise physiologist. I am not a chef or a nutritionist. I have no medical training whatsoever. I’m just a person who’s had a heart attack and who is living with cardiovascular disease. I am an active patient engaged in learning about my own disease. I keep up with the news and with studies. Sometimes they relate to me, or make me think, or make me happy or angry or inspired. I have opinions and I write about them here. I might even recommend something — a recipe, an exercise plan — but I will never put myself out there as a medical expert.
Sixty and Me is an online magazine and a global community of over 500,000 women over 60. Our mission is to empower and motivate women to find their own voice and value in a transitional time of life that offers so much new opportunity. Topics covered on Sixty and Me include makeup for older women, senior dating, retirement planning, fashion for older women, senior travel, grandchildren and more. Thanks for being a part of our community!
The Wellness Mama blog provides simple answers for healthier families through research, tutorials, recipes, humor, and living life with lots of kids!