Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies launches new blog for health and wellness

Published on November 29, 2012 at 6:17 AM · No Comments

Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies is launching a new blog for health and wellness called According to Winnie, an informative and interactive online community where women can join conversations on healthcare, prevention and wellness, dieting, recipes, family health, and more.

According to Winnie will be a regular gathering place for women who want see and talk about the latest in women's health. Regular features will include innovative live-streaming of advanced treatments and surgical procedures using social media outlets such as Twitter and Facebook - giving women unprecedented opportunities to learn about their health and interact with experts in the field. A blog will feature a panel of writers including physicians, pharmacists, and nurses, along with women from throughout the community. Weekly articles will discuss the evolving world of healthcare and provide insight into health topics many women may be tentative to discuss. Women can have their questions answered and are invited to share opinions on what they want from their doctors and healthcare providers.

"Women in our community are busier than ever coordinating healthcare for themselves in addition to family members," says Kathy Swanson, president of Winnie Palmer Hospital. "According to Winnie is inviting women to join the conversation that will empower them with the knowledge they need to make informed choices and reshape what their healthcare will look like in the future."

According to Winnie will become a comprehensive community of wellness services, and women everywhere are encouraged to visit the site each week to learn more and be a part of the conversation. In addition, visitors will have the opportunity to subscribe to an educational newsletter and personalized health information through the site.

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WINNIE PALMER HOSPITAL for WOMEN & BABIES

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