From time to time, we become aware of new sites that may be of value to our readers. Sometimes we stumble across them looking for something else; often we get emails touting this "great new site." Unfortunately, most of the latter variety are more advertising than advice, but there are sometimes pearls to be found, as well:
"I am 34 year old who was rendered T4 paraplegic 5 years ago. I have started a niche health directory called HealthDirectoryMoz because I am passionate about "QUALITY and USEFUL" health related websites.
Through this niche directory, I intend to create lasting value to patients, students & medical professionals and sincerely believe that we can have a mutually beneficial association by being in a link relationship."
Patient-blogging is a valid and valued subset of the medblog community, and this site ramps that up even further, offering relevant, up-to-date information, and accredited by the Geneva (Switzerland)-based HonCode organization.
Do check it out.