Here at HealthTalk, we provide you with the resources you need to manage a chronic illness and be an active participant in your care. Our blogs are the latest addition to our suite of resources for patients and caregivers. We hope you'll take a look, make comments and share your hard-won expertise about your condition with our crew of bloggers.
New to blogs?
Welcome to HealthTalk Blogs
We now offer blogs on psoriasis, breast cancer, lymphoma and multiple sclerosis, plus a medical news blog and Andrew Schorr's chronic illness commentary on life with chronic illness.
Andrew at Large by Andrew Schorr
Andrew is the founder of HealthTalk, as well as our very first blogger. He is a cancer survivor (chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL) and an outspoken advocate on behalf of patients seeking better care. He also hosts a weekend talk radio show, "Andrew Schorr's Patient Power," heard in 12 cities.
Go to Andrew's blog
Dr. Z's Medical Report by Ed Zimney, M.D.
Dr. Zimney is a physician with more than 21 years experience in the areas of drug advertising review and safety surveillance, and medical information and marketing. His blog will cover medical trends and news you can use.
Go to Dr. Z's blog
Life with Breast Cancer by Kathy-Ellen Kups
Kathy-Ellen is a corporate speaker and trainer who lives in Michigan with her husband Bob and her two sons. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2003 and completed treatment in 2004. She recently had breast reconstruction surgery, one of many breast cancer topics she'll be blogging about.
Go to Kathy-Ellen's blog
Life with Lymphoma by Diane Fallon
Diane is the owner of a small publishing company in Orange County, California, and a wife and mother of three. She was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in the winter of 2002. She counts her sense of humor as a major asset in facing the challenge of lymphoma.
Go to Diane's blog
Life with MS by Trevis Gleason
Trevis is a food journalist and author, an award-winning chef and culinary instructor who has taught at institutions such as California Culinary Academy. Diagnosed in 2001 with secondary-progressive multiple sclerosis, he is the host of our HealthTalk monthly MS webcasts.
Go to Trevis' blog
Life with Psoriasis by Gina Tupaczewski
Gina is a wife, mother and former elementary school teacher living in Dover, New Jersey. She and her husband, Paul, have a 2-year-old daughter named Hannah and a tabby cat named Bert. Gina was first diagnosed with guttate psoriasis more than 10 years ago when she was in college.