The WSJ Health blog: Go there!
If you haven't noticed, the field of healthcare blogging is getting more and more crowded.
When I started writing a blog I kind of perceived it as a poor man's option. If you can't afford to start a newspaper, you can always start a blog.
But that is not how things have played out.
As blogs have proliferated, so has newspapers' interest in blogs.
The most recent one, started March 13, is the WSJ's Health Blog which offers news and analysis on health and the business of health.
The two lead writers are Jacob Goldstein and Scott Hensley. Jacob came to The Wall Street Journal from the Miami Herald, where he was a medical writer. Scott Hensley has covered the drug industry for many years as a reporter for the Journal and, is also the editor.
Just like the WSJ, this blog is fabulous.
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