New Arthritis Blogger, Reporting



Hello there, I’m Gloria and I will be your new blogger here.

By profession I am chemist and have worked on a research lab for ten years. In 2004, I discovered the blogosphere and have started to blog on a personal level. Two years later, I dumped the 8-5 research lab work and have been blogging professionally, full time since then.

In the course of my blogging career, I gave up a couple of other blogs to fully concentrate on health science (or science and health, whichever you look at it) — my discovered niche.

At the moment I have three other health blogs from a couple of other blog networks: medical, cancer and diabetes.

This arthritis blog is a great addition and I am truly honored that Hart-Empire-Network selected me for this particular blog and believed that I will be able to bring this blog to greater heights. I will truly try my best to do just that.

As has always been my motto in science blogging, not only would I want to update my target readers with the latest in their particular condition (in this case arthritis patients) but also I would like the patients to understand their condition better in order to help them discern what is best for their life with arthritis in conjunction to what their doctors are telling them.

It would always be good if you let your doctor know that you are knowledgeable in your condition so that your doctor will talk to you as straight and honest as should be.

Come and visit me regularly as I fill this blog up with valuable contents. See you later!

Gloria
blogging from one of the 7,107 islands of the Philippines

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  1. Hi Gloria!

    I hope you find the drivers’ seat comfortable .. but feel free to adjust the settings to the way you like it!

    I look forward to working with you! // HART

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