Health journalists on the Internet
For links to a collection of health blogs run by news organizations and journalists, please see the blogroll on Covering Health.
Health journalists on Twitter:
AHCJ_Pia - Pia Christensen, managing editor/online services for the Association of Health Care Journalists, posts alerts about AHCJ news and features on HealthJournalism.org
WSJHealthBlog - Get updates from The Wall Street Journal's health blog
SciAm - Scientific American Magazine and online
MRSA_blog - Updates from Maryn McKenna's blog about methicillin-resistant Staph aureus (MRSA)
LizScherer - Flasher, interactive health wordsmith, journo/reporter, web reveler, sometimes rebel.
CNNHealth - Dr. Sanjay Gupta of CNN
HealthBytes - Louisville Courier-Journal reporters Laura Ungar, Darla Carter & Pat Howington offer news and tips on health, wellness, fitness & insurance on their blog.
Kristin_Davis - Freelances for The Arizona Republic
irenelevine - journalist-author-psychologist
chronicbabe - Jenni Prokopy, writer; editrix of chronicbabe.com; founder of ideaXchange
Mary Lou Bernardo - health and medical writer with a background in nursing and psychology.
health - Health news from Health News Blog
FamilyDoctorMag - Leigh Ann Hubbard, editor of James Hubbard's My Family Doctor magazine: health advice written by medical experts for the general public.
This is a list of newspapers and journalists on Twitter.
Health-related government agencies or organizations on Twitter:
ahcancal - Get text updates on long term care from the American Health Care Association and the National Center for Assisted Living.
Others who may be of interest to health journalists:
newswiseroger - Newswise President and Founder
childhealthdata - Data Resource Center provides children's health, national and state data, children with special health care needs, NSCH, NS-CSHCN, maternal & child health, free online data resource
hnhnetwork - Health News Headlines is a website that highlights daily headlines from the health industry.
This list of doctors, medical students and medicine-related tweets and blogs/Web sites is maintained by a medical student.
A list of U.S. hospitals that use YouTube, Facebook or Twitter
TwitterPack is an extensive directory, not limited to health or journalists.