Check out these AC Contributor veterans and newcomers, featured as the 5 top choices in Health & Wellness and 5 top choices in Diseases & Conditions, for the week of August 11 – 17, 2009.
Don’t be fooled by the name of Sweet’s Syndrome, either! Taking care of our heath and our family’s begins with knowledge. Reduce threats to health and safety by keeping informed. Start with reading each of these sweet, noteworthy contributions:
Health & Wellness Category Features Showcase
In Planning Healthy Brown Bag Lunches, AC writer Ray Moyers shares his tricks to healthy alternatives. As a father of four, Ray has lots of experience with brown bag lunches!
Cataracts and You, is a salute to Cataract Awareness Month, by JolynneHudnell. See the answers to tough questions, like “Can babies get cataracts?” and “Don’t old people get cataracts?” and much, much more.
Health Care Reform Choices, by Rachel Port, shares a healthy discussion on health care reform’s impact on the patient’s rights. Rachel has published nearly 50 excelling articles in her 5 months contributing to the AC community.
Thyroid Gland Function, by Jennifer Lanier, takes the mystery out of the thyroid’s role in our health. If you don’t know Jennifer’s work, this article is a good example of her skilled professionalism she has brought to AC since 2005 in health topics and much more.
Natural Remedies for Gout, by Howcast, is an excellent video-short guide showing non-drug options for individuals dealing with gout. In their short 3 months with AC, Howcast has published over 56, 000 AC video how-to’s and guides.
Diseases and Conditions Category Features Showcase:
Preventing Antibiotic Resistance, by Mary N. L., will help you take charge of your health – stopping the unwelcome cycle of antibiotic resistance. With the colds and flu season coming, Mary’s advice is most timely for healthy living assurance.
Managing Diabetes Symptoms, by Amanda Kelsey, simplifies frustrations of eating for the newly diagnosed diabetic. Amanda is a professional copywriter and health writer demonstrating in this article that she can put tough health issues into an easy to understand perspective.
Shingles and Chicken Pox, by Marilisa Kinney Sachteleben, de-mystifies the medical terms which often throw people into a whirl, when herpes, shingles, and chicken pox are in the same sentence.
Types of Sweet’s Syndrome, by Cristina Olvera, sounds like a tasty obsession at hearing the name, Sweet’s. But Cristina puts the symptoms in plain language with the mix of medications and illnesses which can cause it. Types of Sweet’s Syndrome is clearly one of the most important informative articles for potential medical issues on the AC.
Read and share all of these sweet features of the week at AC for August 11-17, 2009. Spread healthy thoughts.
Weekly Feature Showcase Selection: Explained
When earning a place on the category features of the week page, articles and videos remain showcased for a 7 day period. For AC writers and videographers, earning this brings acknowledgement for professionalism in a competitive market, and opportunity for more marketing, additional page views, and new fans.
Associated Content readers enjoy more opportunity for discovery, entertainment, knowledge, and options to subscribe to free subscription to their favorite AC contributors via RSS links.
AC Category Editors work on a rotation basis in selecting top 5 choices among each AC main category, which includes 4 articles and 1 video. An example of a main category feature showcase AC page is Health & Wellness.
Sub-category selections include 5 top choices among qualifying AC articles. An example of sub-category feature showcase AC page is Diseases & Conditions. Any article meeting the AC’s writer’s guidelines and photo guidelines is eligible.
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