Eide Neurolearning Bloghttp://eideneurolearningblog.blogspot.com/
The Eide Blog offers stellar articles on topics ranging from brain learning to attention deficit disorders. There is so much here, it's almost too much good stuff on a wide range of topics within the neuroscience moniker.
Health Affairs Bloghttp://www.healthaffairs.org/blog/
Health Affairs is highly esteemed in both the medical and governmental communities as one of the finest and most reputable periodical sources for health policy news and commentary. The publication's blog of the same title continues that commitment to health policy for a web-enabled audience. Medical students and professionals alike should consider this site to be regular, mandatory reading, if only to stay at the forefront of the most salient news affecting their industry.
Not Running a Hospitalhttp://runningahospital.blogspot.com/
From Grey's Anatomy to E.R., we have all likely been exposed at some point in our entertainment experience to the dramatic and cinematic potential of hospital drama. Blogger Paul's blog is not exactly ready for a close-up anytime soon. This former CEO of a major teaching hospital is more focused on quality medical care than on love from the cameras. His blog provides an insider's understanding of how America's medical facilities run, from the inside out.
Nursing Home Abusehttp://www.nursinghomesabuseblog.com/
Though rather depressing, this blog about nursing home abuse is also very thought-provoking and full of things to consider when researching nursing homes and assisted living facilities. For example, one article muses about the poor treatment of staff leading to abuse of residents.
This blog brings an international focus to its coverage of the medical tech community. Readers can expect a new article almost daily.