Thyroid Patients: Who to Follow on Social Media

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One way to stay up on the latest news, research, and ideas regarding thyroid disease is social media. Following key organizations, advocates, and healthcare providers can give you access to support, information, and a community of fellow thyroid patients seeking the best possible solutions. Here is a look at some helpful people and groups to follow.


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Advocacy on Facebook

Some advocacy groups to follow on Facebook include:


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Thyroid organizations on Facebook

Several professional and patient organizations are worth following on Facebook, including:


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Advocates on Twitter

A number of advocates and advocacy groups are active on Twitter. They include:


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Thyroid news on Twitter

Some helpful sources for thyroid news and information on Twitter include:


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Helpful resources on Twitter


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Health advocacy on Twitter


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The National Academy of Hypothyroidism

The National Academy of Hypothyroidism (NAH) is a non-profit organization dedicated to improving the care for people with hypothyroidism. This group posts the information on research, original articles, and fun memes related to hypothyroidism. You can follow them on Facebook and Twitter.


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Advocates on Instagram

If you’re a fan of Instagram, it’s a good place to follow thyroid advocates for information and inspiration. Some recommended follows include:


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Thyroid hashtags

One way to stay up on news on social media is following key hashtags, including:


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Finally, I invite you to follow me on social media. You can find me on: