Posts Tagged twitter

Why Twitter Doesn’t Work

.. at least not for you. Because it works great for me.  And has helped me learn as much about patient empowerment issues in the past few months than ever I could have learned in any other way. Wonder why you can’t gather more followers?  Wonder why people unfollow you?  Wonder why no one reacts […]

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About.com Health is All a-Twitter

If you thought social networking was only for kids, Gen Web-ers or geeks, then think again. Social networking has become a great source for finding people who can help you improve your health, or your medical care. If you aren’t sure what I mean by social networking, then you’ll recognize it by other names you […]

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Do You Twitter or Facebook Your Way to Better Health?

This is a question being discussed these days through social networking sites — you know, those Facebook and Twitter and MySpace and Plaxo and LinkedIn and Ning and other sites where you can carry on conversations with “virtual” strangers…. So I’m curious.  Have you sought health information through social networking?  Do you Twitter?  or have […]

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