Best Lung Blogs of 2010

Introducing the “Breathinstephen Blog Awards”

Once a year around the holiday season I like to put together a list of my favorite lung blogs. This year I thought it would be fun to give an award to those bloggers as well.

If your blog is on list, feel free to copy and paste the code for the award badge to your site with the little widget I made. You can remove the back-link to me from the code if you want .

A special thank you to Ms Kerri for designing this years award badge.

So, without further ado, here are this years picks…..

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  1. James says:

    OMG, I sure was not expecting this, thanks so much Steve!!! Wow, this made my day. :-)

  2. wheezytux says:

    thank you steve!!!! I feel very proud to get this from you and will somehow put it on my blog….I might need to ask kerri for her help!!!!

    Hope you are having a wicked holiday season!!!!

    hugs as always Ol xx

  3. sarahsasthmablog says:

    Thanks Steve! :D I think it's pretty awesome that my (admittedly rather amateurish) little blog made your list.

    Happy New Year!

  4. I have a feeling Kerri is going to design a nicer badge for y'all.

    • kerri says:

      LOL. I was about to tell you to e-mail me with what you want it to look like, and I'd put one together for you!
      So, tell me what you're dreamin' and I can definitely be of service! :)

      Thanks, Steve! That's way cool! :)

  5. danielle10 says:

    An honour! Thanks Steve.
    And whadya know, you've introduced me to some new blogs!
    major oxoxoxox

  6. Hey, we have some of the best lung blogs on the web, might as well honor each other.

  7. Oh yes, Kerri 's badge is so much better.

  8. mymusicallungs says:

    Wow! Thank's so much, Steve, and Kerri! I'm as proud as punch! Happy New Year to Y'all! x

  9. amy says:

    Aw, thanks! High praise indeed from the first asthma blogger ever! You WERE the first, weren't you? Definitely among us and the first independent asthma blog at the very least!

  10. Zim says:

    I didn't know about this award… But it is worth to write about asthma, people don't know much about this illness. Is this award also for non-English or non-American blogs? May God bless You. Greetings for all asthmatics from Poland!

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