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What Needs to Change About the Current State of Blogging

What Needs to Change About the Current State of Blogging | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Is this current writing model of leaning on gif-listicles, quizzes, and Instagram photos as the bulk of blogging content the most sustainable in the long-term?

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Peinture Deco's curator insight, March 20, 9:39 AM

Bienvenue chez Entreprise Peinture Déco, Plus de 20 ans
Devis Travaux Rénovation Ravalement de façade-immeuble ...
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Entreprise Peinture Déco à Évry-Essonne 91-ile de France-Artisan-façades, Notre société est experte dans la rénovation de toiture, le ravalement de façade, ...

Debbie Elicksen 's curator insight, March 21, 1:10 PM

What a great point. Let's have something interesting and valuable to share -- even if it's just an entertaining meme -- rather than post shit for the sake of posting it.

odysseas spyroglou's curator insight, March 23, 6:11 PM
With so much content available in the internet I couldn't agree more.
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Breast cancer research may bring “stardom” to four teenage girls - Washington Post (blog)

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Breast cancer research may bring “stardom” to four teenage girls Washington Post (blog) Inspiration comes in many forms, as it did for four teenage girls whose work on breast cancer has brought them to Washington for the final stages of the...
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Congresswoman Waters Joins with Mary Mary to Encourage Breast Cancer Survivors to Stay Strong

Congresswoman Waters Joins with Mary Mary to Encourage Breast Cancer Survivors to Stay Strong | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Congresswoman Waters Joins with Mary Mary to Encourage Breast Cancer Survivors to Stay Strong: http://t.co/L7wwUgelNg
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The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults – Rocking Out Towards ...

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At The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults we emphasize and celebrate the positive impact physical activity has on cancer patients and survivors alike. But UCF understands that a physical outlet isn't the only way to aid ...
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New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment - Medical Xpress

New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment - Medical Xpress | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Express.co.uk New prognostic test for breast cancer could improve patient treatment Medical Xpress The findings, published in the British Journal of Cancer today, could significantly improve the way in which breast cancer patients are treated by...
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Breast cancer spreads to brain by masquerading as neurons, study findsCity of Hope Breakthroughs

Breast cancer spreads to brain by masquerading as neurons, study findsCity of Hope Breakthroughs | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Often, several years can pass between the time a breast cancer patient successfully goes into remission and a related brain tumor develops. During that time, the breast cancer cells somehow hide, escaping detection as they grow and develop.
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Cancer Survivor: To Fight Is to Live

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If you aren't interested in Lisa Adams' 160,000 posts about her cancer, by all means go back to your cat photos. It's a big web.
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All Those Pink Products Make Women Take Breast Cancer Less ...

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, which means that everywhere you go things are painted pink - which might be a bad thing.
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Husband Photographs Each Stage of His Wife's Battle With Breast Cancer - Enpundit

Husband Photographs Each Stage of His Wife's Battle With Breast Cancer - Enpundit | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Angelo Merendino felt like the luckiest man in the world when he married the love of his life, Jennifer. However, their life took a sudden change when just 5 months after their wedding Jennifer was diagnosed with breast cancer.
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Black Women, Exercise and breast cancer. Half of all Black Business Owned by Black Women. Laverne Cox Destroys Couric - Bougie Black Girl

Black Women, Exercise and breast cancer. Half of all Black Business Owned by Black Women. Laverne Cox Destroys Couric - Bougie Black Girl | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Black Women, Exercise and breast cancer. Half of all Black Business . (Black Women, Exercise and breast cancer. Half of all Black Business Owned by Black Women.
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Google Plus pages and profiles get new design

Google Plus pages and profiles get new design | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it

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Jon Turino's curator insight, March 6, 2013 7:51 PM

FYI

Robin Martin's curator insight, March 8, 2013 11:46 AM

I've recently read that Google+ is a definite "must" for social proof and scoring. 

Jon Turino's curator insight, March 8, 2013 4:03 PM

This change was clearly visible. Great redesign by Google.

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The FDA weighs in on social media in a warning way

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The FDA issued a warning letter to a supplement company because they liked a Facebook page that has off-label claims.  Is this a warning shot fired at social media by the FDA ? 


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Marie Ennis-O'Connor's curator insight, February 28, 2013 7:50 AM

RIch Meyer reports:

 

While many pharma companies are avoiding social media and afraid of the channel some are embracing it and they key lesson here is not to like another page that does not practice good control over content.  On facebook you can either “like a page” or “like a post” from someone else.  It seems that the FDA is going to ensure that pharma marketers don’t like posts or pages that contain any off label promotional claim.  

 

This means that if pharma wants to venture into social media they are going to need someone to take charge of their social media marketing to ensure that posts and likes don’t get out of hand. The bottom line here is that we are in an unexplored area but an area that has to be mapped.  You’re not going to learn by waiting for the FDA and consumers are using social media for health so when you enter the area off the map chart your course and leave a trail for others to follow.

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Ohio woman sues ex-employer after cancer battle

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A southwest Ohio woman who says she was fired after missing three months of work as she was being treated for aggressive breast cancer has filed a lawsuit against her former employer.

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Good for her. More and more people should sue. Maybe these discriminatory practices will end. 

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Women Changing the Way We Think About Our Boobs: Mary Ann Wasil

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At 39-years-old, Mary Ann was a mother of three and found a lump on her breast. After her diagnosis, she required immediate chemotherapy.
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Breast cancer changes everything.

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ESPN Anchor’s Private Battle With Cancer Becomes a Public One

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Each recurrence of cancer seems more dire, and yet after each, Scott has returned to his high-profile work at ESPN, ensuring that his private fight also has become a very public one.
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Uninsured adolescents and young adults more likely to be ...

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A new American Cancer Society study shows that uninsured adolescents and young adults were far more likely to be diagnosed with late-stage cancer, which is more difficult and expensive to treat and more deadly, compared ...
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Obesity boosts ovarian cancer risk, study finds

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Obesity is probably a factor in some of the almost 22,000 new diagnoses of ovarian cancer that will be handed out this year to American women, a new study says.
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Magic City Newsmakers: Regions Bank, Breast Cancer Research Foundation ... - Birmingham Business Journal

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Magic City Newsmakers: Regions Bank, Breast Cancer Research Foundation ...
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The Breast Cancer Research Foundation of Alabama presents a $500,000 check to the UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center.
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Can cell phones cause breast cancer? - Killeen Daily Herald (blog)

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Can cell phones cause breast cancer?
Killeen Daily Herald (blog)
Tiffany appeared on Dr. Oz last month and showed the audience how she used to place her cell phone in her bra to rest on her left breast with a bit of it sticking out of her shirt.
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Dear Avon, I Do Not Want to 'Run for Breast Cancer' - Huffington Post

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Dear Avon, I Do Not Want to 'Run for Breast Cancer'
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I apologize in advance for picking on you, Avon. You're not the only offender, and after all, your intentions are no doubt noble.
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A Breast Cancer Survivor Schools the Kellers on Lisa Adams’ Need to Tweet

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And can’t understand why this journalist couple is so fixated on defaming a woman with stage-IV cancer. No matter, their bile has earned her more followers than ever. (1 of the bravest ppl I know.
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Prioritizing breast cancer awareness is important for college students - Oregon Daily Emerald

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Prioritizing breast cancer awareness is important for college students
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So what are some ways that you can combat breast cancer early on?
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The 24 Best Breast Cancer Health Blogs of 2013

The 24 Best Breast Cancer Health Blogs of 2013 | My Fabulous Boobies! | Scoop.it
Many passionate bloggers focus on the topic of breast cancer, and you can learn from them. Read on for the 24 Best Breast Cancer Health Blogs of 2013.

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Susan Zager's curator insight, August 5, 2013 4:06 PM

Congratulations to everyone including AnneMarie, Tami, LBBC, Nancy, Kathi, Barbara, Nicole, Catherine, Ann, and Angeleo!


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Do We Care What Doctors Think?

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Doctors often avoid an online presence for fear that they’ll be approached by strangers with questions. 


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Marie Ennis-O'Connor's curator insight, February 28, 2013 2:10 AM

Susannah Fox arranged some recent Pew data which suggest that very few internet users pose questions to physicians online.  What’s far more common, however, is for folks to pose questions for friends and family. These numbers further support the established idea that physicians are not the sole source of information for inquiring minds.  Community is increasingly where people turn for front-line queries.

 

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BRCA gene mutations linked to earlier menopause

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Heather Swift's curator insight, January 31, 2013 12:15 PM

Cancer gene mutations may raise odds of early menopause
Women with mutations in either the BRCA1 or BRCA2 gene hit menopause a few years earlier than those without such mutations, according to a study to be published in the journal Cancer. BRCA1/BRCA2 carriers who smoked 20 or more cigarettes daily experienced onset of menopause even sooner, at an average age of 46, researchers said.