Journalist for Fortune, Time, Centurion, Entrepreneur, Mental Floss, The Economist, The Guardian, and others. Writer for a handful of custom publications. Sometimes editor. Occasional ghostwriter.
How One Company Is Mining Big Data to Fight Diabetes • Entrepreneur
Even with an array of devices and drugs available to manage the condition, diabetes is the seventh-leading cause of death in the United States.
Could This New Armband Prevent Thousands of Workplace Injuries and Fatalities Each Year? • Smithsonian.com
Proxxi CEO Campbell Macdonald describes his cloud-connected wearable that detects high-voltage areas.
Head's Up • The Magazine
After the darkness, there is light. (An essay about acupuncture and life after migraines.)
A Bitter Pill • Herizons Magazine
Side effects from The Pill can be hard to swallow.
3-parent IVF: Why isn't it available in the United States? • The Guardian
The UK approved a ‘three-person baby’ law this week, but the reproductive science and its life-altering implications are still met with resistance in the US.
Why Investors Are Banking on This App to Curb Childhood Obesity • Entrepreneur
Kurbo founder and CEO Joanna Strober didn’t want to play food police with her son, who was having issues with his weight. Nor did she want to put him on a restrictive diet.
Ask A Practitioner: Spagyric Alchemist • Spirituality & Health
Spagyrics comes from a tradition of alchemy but specifically applies to plants and healing work.
Becoming A Vegetarian: Expectations Versus Reality • Rodale's Organic Life
Some myths and truths about a meat-free diet and its impact on your health.
Ask A Practitioner: Death Midwife • Spirituality & Health
Death midwives do everything from helping people get paperwork in place to planning a home funeral.
Juice Revolution • Spirituality & Health
Go beyond the cleanse and try juicing to boost your health.
I Have Migraines • The Frisky
A chronicle of suffering from chronic migraines for most of my young life.
Why I got my tubes tied at 27 • Salon.com
I've always said I didn't want kids. Now that I've been voluntarily sterilized, will people finally believe me?
Corporations Cashing in Big Time on Breast Cancer: 5 Shocking Hypocrisies • Alternet
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s kind of hard to ignore all the pink ribbons splashed across...