WSJ Health


It's the Wall Street Journal and it's news you can use, every day when it comes to health issues of any kind. It offers excellent analysis of the healthcare industry, and issues related to mental health care.

HealthCare.gov Explorer: Decode the Health Law’s Subsidies
by Christopher Weaver about 4 years ago
One Reporter, Four Families, Six Scientists and the Search to Cure a Rare Disease
by Amy Dockser Marcus about 4 years ago



This is the health and wellness blog of the New York Times. Columnist Tara Parker-Pope addresses and reviews topics presented from medical research and experts in the field to help readers live a healthier life.

Turning Your Pet Into a Therapy Dog
by By Jane E. Brody about 2 years ago
Ask Well: Why Daily Weight Lifting Can Be Dangerous
by By Gretchen Reynolds about 2 years ago

Atheist Media Blog


The Atheist Media Blog is your daily source of news and video highlighting atheism, atheists, and/or topics that will be of interest to atheists. The blog also features a list of books and websites for learning more about atheism or living one's life as an atheist.

The Islamic State - Vice
by David over 3 years ago
BBC Panorama: From Jail to Jihad
by Admin over 3 years ago

The Atheist Experience


The Atheist Experience is a weekly live call-in television show sponsored by the Atheist Community of Austin. Although the names are the same, this is an independently run blog that features contributions from current and former hosts and co-hosts of the show.

Open thread on episode #860: Does religion need suffering?
by heicart about 4 years ago
Camp Quest Texas needs YOU
by Russell Glasser about 4 years ago

Mississippi Atheists


This blog provides information and resources for atheists living in Mississippi. Many of the posts are specific to atheists residing in Mississippi and other states in the south, although some of the information is relevant to atheists in general.

Looks Like Mississippi is Keeping the Confederate Flag
by Jack Vance about 2 years ago
Ask Legislators to Oppose Religious Exemptions for Child Vaccinations (HB 939)
by Jack Vance about 2 years ago

The Atheist Conservative


The Atheist Conservative brings you news, reviews, commentary, and opinions from a team of four writers who are all atheist conservatives. Post cover everything from politics to current affairs to the state of humanity in general.

How “democratic socialism” blighted Scandinavia
by jbecker about 2 years ago
Idiotic promises (or the bs of BS)
by jbecker about 2 years ago



Skepchick is a group of women and one guy who write about science, skepticism, and pseudoscience. The group tackles diverse topics ranging from astronomy and astrology, to psychics and psychology. Curiosity and a challenging of tradition and the "norm" are key characteristics of this blog, and the team leader of Skepchick delivers entertaining ideas on science, atheism, and much more.

Going Dry: How To Talk About Wine Sweetness
by Julia Burke about 2 years ago
Quickies: Goats Breastfeeding Babies, Sexual Harassment in Indie Music, and “Slavery with a Smile”
by Mary about 2 years ago

The Damned


The Damned highlights the most provocative and interesting posts from atheist blogs in one place. If you're looking for a compilation of great debates posited by atheists or skeptics, this is the blog for you.

The Good Atheist


Posts on The Good Atheist bring awareness to various occurrences in the news, media, daily life, and popular culture that demonstrate the problematics of religion. It also highlights atheism and atheists who you may not have previously heard of. The blog also has a podcast for subscribers who choose to pay a 20 dollar annual fee.

Islamic TV: How to beat your wife
by Jacob Fortin about 4 years ago
Ray Comfort calls out Neil deGrasse Tyson
by Jacob Fortin about 4 years ago

A Woman's Health


The women's blog-magazine has a very strong focus on cancer prevention and treatment. Many celebrities battling the illness are interviewed regularly.

Ixekizumab Promising in RA
by tracey about 4 years ago
Expert Tips to Ease Itch from Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac
by cancerconnect about 4 years ago

Cancer Blog


This blog is a comprehensive source about all things cancer: from spotting it to surviving it. It's an excellent page to keep bookmarked in the quest to kill the illness.

Your Post-Thyroidectomy Diet
almost 4 years ago
Your First Chemotherapy Appointment: What You Need to Know
almost 4 years ago

Know Cancer


An essential and comprehensive resource for the cancer community. The information featured here is not only informative, but also presented in a visually-stunning manner.



Lance Armstong's organization, Livestrong, maintains a great blog which posts articles frequently and incorporates images, videos, and links to really enhance the reader's experience.

A Big C Competition Profile: My Health Sensei
by Guest about 4 years ago
Why Testicular Cancer Awareness and Treatment Still Matters
by Chris Brewer about 4 years ago

Medicine Net: Leukemia


Shore up your understanding of this complex and serious disease here. You can find articles on causes and symptoms, as well as the latest treatments.

Sleeping Pills May Spell Trouble for Older Drivers
about 2 years ago
In Mice, Scientists Turn Stem Cells Into Sperm
about 2 years ago

Cancer Blog


This blog seems to congregate articles from various resources in one easy-to-read, accessible site. Many of the articles can be found on The Cancer Blog.

Booster Shots


Stay on top of health news and the latest health studies from the LA Times' health blog.

This Just In


"This Just In" is a blog provided by Women's Health Magazine. Get the daily scoop on the latest fitness, nutrition, sex, beauty, and style news.

Men's Health News


A blog by Men's Health Magazine. Daily Headlines on Health, Fitness, and Sex

Daily Dose


A Women's Day Magazine Blog. Keep your health in check by visiting the Daily Dose, where you'll learn about the latest in medical studies, stats and findings––and how they apply to you.

The Healthiest Sleeping Positions
about 3 years ago
The Surprising Reason Your Allergies Are Worse This Year
about 3 years ago

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