BDO is looking for health condition bloggers!


magnifying glass Becoming a “health condition” blogger is a great outlet for people who would
like to connect with others living with a specific health condition. It’s a way
of leading the discussion, sharing ideas and having a therapeutic outlet. Our
condition bloggers are occasionally featured on the Weekly House Call
newsletters and on our website.

Blogging on BDO is a volunteer
commitment and we ask our bloggers to commit to writing a blog once a week. No
formal blogging or writing experience needed. We’ll work with you to develop
your blogging voice and style, while showing you how to make your words more
visible not just on, but across the Internet.

especially interested in bloggers who have the following conditions:

• Addiction
• Allergies

• Alternative Medicine
• Alzheimer’s
• Anxiety
• Arthritis

• Autism
• Back Pain
• Beauty & Body Image
• Black Doctor

• Bones, Joints, Muscles
• Brain & Nerves
• Cancer

• Caregiving
• Celebrity Health
• Children’s Health
• Colon
• Dental Health
• Depression
• Diabetes
• Diet &
• Digestive Health
• Doctor Advice
• Doctor Community

• Drug Addiction
• Ear, Nose, Throat
• Erectile Dysfunction

• Eye & Vision
• Fibroids
• Fibromyalgia
• Fitness
• Heart
& Cardio
• Liver & Kidney Disease
• Men’s Health
• Menopause

• Mental Health
• Migraines
• Mom Central
• Parenting

• Pregnancy
• Reproductive Health
• Sex & Relationships

• Sickle Cell
• Sleep
• Smoking
• STDs
• Vitamins

• Weight Loss
• Women’s Health

If you would like to join our team, please log on to the BDO
and register for an account. After you have completed the
registration process, send an email with your name, the condition you plan on
blogging about, and a link to your BDO Community profile to
with “Be a Condition Blogger” in the subject line. After you send the email, you
can begin blogging. It’s as simple as that. The BDO Editorial Staff checks the
blogs regularly to choose blogs to feature.

Thanks for you interest in joining our team. We can’t wait to read your



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