Top 10 Headache & Migraine Bloggers by Sharecare

 I had to make a post of this because the link for some reason does not go through properly but here you go... bet you recognize some names here of some awesome bloggers! I don't recognize some though so I suppose I ought to check them out!

ATLANTA, GA--(Marketwired - June 05, 2013) - In recognition of Migraine and Headache Awareness Month, Sharecare, the health and wellness social engagement platform founded by Jeff Arnold and Dr. Mehmet Oz, has released the Top 10 Headache and Migraine Bloggers. Officially known as "Social HealthMakers," these Top 10 bloggers help identify specialists, explain headache triggers and provide pain relief solutions for the millions of men, women and children who suffer from migraines and headaches each month.
Here's who made it on the Top 10 list:
   1. Teri Robert - and debilitating 
      migraines and failed medical care, Robert became's headache and 
      migraine writer. She now leads HealthCentral Network's migraine site and 
      writes for and the American Headache Society. 
   1. Diana Lee - and writer, 
      blogger, lawyer and health advocate living with chronic migraines, Lee 
      covers migraines, depression, chronic pain and more to educate, inform 
      and inspire. She also hosts a migraine chat and contributes to the 
      American Council of Headache Education's (ACHE) Tuesday series. 
   1. Kerrie Smyres - and with 
      migraines and chronic daily headaches since age 11, Smyres believes there 
      is much more to life than illness. With her husband, she created 
      TheraSpecs migraine glasses, a natural treatment to reduce migraine 
      frequency and severity. 
   1. Dawn Marcus, MD - and Marcus is an 
      internationally recognized speaker, educator, and author of nine books, 
      including 10 Simple Solutions to Migraine, Headache and Chronic Pain 
      Syndromes, with a book on migraine in women to be published next year. 
   1. Ellen Schnakenberg - educator, writer, advocate and 
      community leader, Schnakenberg uses her online voice to provide 
      information and advocate for fellow migraine sufferers, including 
      speaking to D.C. legislators at the annual Headache on the Hill event, 
      sponsored by the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy. 
   1. Nancy Harris Bonk - on a patch of 
      black ice in 1996, Bonk endured mild traumatic brain injury and suffers 
      headaches, chronic pain, dizziness, short-term memory loss and occasional 
      irritability. She now uses her experiences to support people with 
      migraine disease and headache disorders. 
   1. Heather Hefner - of the blog "War on 
      Headaches," Hefner was diagnosed with chronic daily headaches and hosts 
      informed discussions on beating painful life interruptions. 
   1. Susan Hutchinson, MD - specialist, board-certified 
      family practice physician and migraine sufferer Susan Hutchinson, MD, 
      founded Orange County Migraine & Headache Center. 
   1. Kelly - since 2005 by chronic migraines and 
      daily headaches, Kelly shares her journey of learning to manage chronic 
   1. Migrainista - anonymous blogger who lives 
      with chronic migraine pain and fibromyalgia, Migrainista writes on all 
      aspects of life from healthy eating and managing symptoms to dealing with 
      doctors and overcoming the many misconceptions about migraines. 
Complete background information about all 10 Top Headache Bloggers can be found
Sharecare Social HealthMakers (formerly SharecareNow) are among the most influential people in health and wellness on the Web, literally driving "conversations on the leading edge." They address a wide range of issues within specific topic areas while demonstrating consistent impact across multiple interactive channels-such as Twitter, Facebook, video and blogs. This impact is measured through a proprietary algorithm based on more than 100 individual metrics developed and powered by WCG, the marketing-leading digital communications agency, quantifying topic relevance, syndication, presence and reach. Prior Sharecare lists have identified Social HealthMakers in weight loss, infertility, heart disease, fitness, Alzheimer's disease and more.
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