Know How to Be in Good Health – Write for Us!

Choosing the best health blog to write for us is tricky because of the chosen subject. On the one hand, everybody sometimes feels like teaching new ways of yoga, street workout, or cardio exercises that have helped him/her to regain good shape, forget heart attacks, or even defeat cancer. Understandably, they’d like to share their experience in an article they write for us and submit to a health blog. On the other hand, there aren’t so many health blogs accepting guest posts from men and women without medical background. Even if their methods have worked on them, there’s no guarantee they would also work on others. Guest posts provide no health insurance and, like the recent COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated, misleading information can sometimes do harm.

Just Good Advice – No Health Insurance

That’s not the reason to dismiss your discovery completely. Months and maybe years of heavy workout or sitting on a special diet are a valuable experience about which you may write for us in a health blog to propose something new for men and women who share your desires or beliefs. If you were to find health blogs accepting guest posts, what would you start with?

  1. The first thing I would do is a quick search for famous magazines specializing on the subject of health – like Men’s Health which comes to mind immediately.
  2. Even a brief examination of headlines on the landing page gives some ideas on what might interest modern men and women who care for their health: workout know-hows, YouTube bloggers setting new records, diet to keep you strong, etc.
  3. Checking the editorial staff for personal blogs might be a good idea to get closer to the writing community. Highly likely, there will be thematically related posts in their blogs you may refer to when writing your own guest posts for a health blog accepting guest posts.
  4. By the way, YouTube is a universal platform to search for videos on billions of subjects including health, within which you dig deeper into:
  • Scientific discoveries in the field of medicine;
  • Illnesses and diseases;
  • Workout (cardio, heavy lifting, calisthenics, and so on);
  • Diet (vegetarian, high-protein, vegan, fruit diet, etc.) ;
  • Famous and not so famous persons (former or acting coaches, sports bloggers);
  • Bad habits and ways to get rid of them;
  • The field is so vast you may even stumble across a depiction of a human cell from the school biology class.

health blogs

  1. This gives ideas of how to specify search results by keywords. Googling something more specific like “fitness blogs” instantly brings health blogs aggregators like Healthline which offers you a list of “The Best Fitness Blogs of 2020” to make it all as easy as pie.
  2. That may be called the “intensive” way. The alternative “extensive” way is a high-level search for similar or completely different health editions with Google’s assistance. “Men’s health similar magazines” yields a list of leading publications, many of which float farther away from the health subject, also embracing lifestyle, fashion, cars and gadgets, etc. On the other hand, “health magazines” (with optional indication of the country of origin) greatly enlarges available opportunities to dig deeper: there is Women’s Health naturally, Runner’s World, Shape, On Health, Health, and dozens of other great editions.
  3. Scientific magazines like the famous Lancet are ideal for M.D. to start getting a reputation in this field immediately upon graduation. They are way too far from health blogs accepting guest posts from men and women without a solid educational background.

A Whole Ocean to Dive In

The chosen subject of health is very illustrative in a sense that it provides opportunities to share experience for medical staff and common people alike. How many times have you felt yourself a doctor (without being the one, but the treatment administered to someone you care for might have helped him/her with whatever used to bother)? There are thousands of situations forming your unique experience to share with others – on their own responsibility, of course, “don’t try this at home”. That’s how the global digital infosphere is being formed – wouldn’t you like to participate?



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