Medical Blogs, Voting and Hyperemesis

When I thanked Rachel for nominating me in MedGadget’s 2007 Annual Medical Weblogs Awards, I didn’t consider the possibility that my blog would end up a finalist in the category of Best Medical Technologies/Informatics Weblog.

That’s really flattering because I subscribe to and read the other four nominees- they’re all absolutely worth your time and attention.

If you’re into this sort of thing and aren’t already so tired of news about the race for the U.S. Presidency that the very mention of the word “vote” makes you want to hurlUseful word that political pundits should start using to describe the feelings of American voters faced with the current slate of candidates: Hyperemesis. Dr. Sanjay Gupta should please feel free to teach this word to Wolf Blitzer., head over there and vote for one of the five.

There are poor choices to be made among the presidential candidates, but not among these five blogs. I still doubt I stand a snowball’s chance of winning- but it is an absolute lock that the winner will be a very good blog.

Next year, though, I’d like to see two or three MedLib Blogs in the list of nominees.

This year’s nominees:

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