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Connect with Diabetes Health on Facebook and More!

Apr 28, 2009

Diabetes Health wants to give you even more ways to connect with the diabetes community and with each other.

Diabetes Health has joined the social networking sphere. Join us as a fan on Facebook, talk to us on Twitter, and subscribe to our RSS feed. Publisher and Editor-in-Chief, Nadia Al-Samarrie wants to hear your thoughts and she'll be reading what you have to say with great interest.

The virtual community of healthcare professionals and the diabetes community is an important one. Diabetes Health wants to give you even more ways than our dynamic website to connect with us and with each other.

Facebook

If you already have a Facebook account, go to Diabetes Health's Facebook page and click the "Become a Fan" link on the left-hand side of the page. If you aren't already on Facebook, join now and link up with other Diabetes Health readers and healthcare professionals today. You can use the Diabetes Health Facebook page to network with your colleagues and connect with the global diabetes community. When you sign up as a fan, you'll receive notifications of our bi-weekly newsletter; enjoy future extras not published on DiabetesHealth.com, and you can read posts by other fans, as well as post comments yourself. Become a fan of Diabetes Health on Facebook.

Twitter

Diabetes Health is also on Twitter. You can follow what's being published on DiabetesHealth.com and receive notification every time there's a new article. Follow Diabetes Health on Twitter.

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Subscribe to our RSS feed and receive notification of new articles when they're posted. By clicking our orange RSS icon, you can use your web browser, mail program, or online tools offered by Google or Yahoo! and be the first to know when Diabetes Health breaks a new story. Subscribe to Diabetes Health through RSS.

It's a new age! Visit us online at diabeteshealth.com or look for us on Facebook, Twitter, or RSS. Become a fan! Become involved! Join the Diabetes Health community!


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Posted by Anonymous on 4 May 2009

A suggestion would be to start following others on Twitter. Having only followers and not following anyone is not going to help you get too many people following you. Just a suggestion...


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