What were the most popular posts on The Neurology Lounge in 2016?

The Neurology Lounge started in July 2015 and it is now well into its 2nd year. 2016 was the first complete 12-month calendar period, and during this time the blog received about 25,000 visits and just under 40,000 views.

Keyboard cat. Cassandra Leigh Gotto on Flikr https://www.flickr.com/photos/threecheersformcr_xo/5340309206
Keyboard cat. Cassandra Leigh Gotto on Flikr https://www.flickr.com/photos/threecheersformcr_xo/5340309206

There were visitors from >150 countries around the world with the United States recording the most visits at just under 15,000, followed closely by the United Kingdom with about 5,000. There were >1,000 visitors each from Canada, Australia, Spain and India. Engagement however remains disappointingly low with only 117 comments and 67 likes.

Blog dog. Håkan Dahlström on Flikr. https://www.flickr.com/photos/dahlstroms/5499898533
Blog dog. Håkan Dahlström on Flikr. https://www.flickr.com/photos/dahlstroms/5499898533

Some topics attracted more interest than others, sometimes surprisingly so. Below is the countdown of the 15 most viewed posts on The Neurology Lounge in 2016.

 

15. Top all-time neurology review articles

14. How to keep your distance from a neurologist

13. How bright is the future for Alzheimer’s disease?

12. Proven all-time outstanding neurology textbooks

11. What are the most controversial questions in neurology?

10. What’s evolving at the cutting-edge of autoimmune neurology?

9. Keeping up with the latest practical guidelines in neurology

8. Are these the all-time most influential Neurologists?

7. Which are the most useful neurological applications?

6. What are the dreadful autoimmune disorders that plague neurology?

5. The emerging research boosting Parkinson’s disease treatment

4. Masitinib, a breakthrough drug shattering neurology boundaries

3. Outstanding neurology video channels

2. Is neurology research finally breaking the resolve of MND?

1. 7 ominous signs that suggest you need to see a neurologist 

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The statistics are encouraging enough for The Neurology Lounge to carry on through 2017!

 

4 thoughts on “What were the most popular posts on The Neurology Lounge in 2016?

  1. Am pleased to see you will be carrying on through 2017… I find most topics interesting, but obviously not knowing a lot about certain health issues find it difficult to always comment! Wishing you great success with another year ahead!

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