I am a lifestyle writer, with a special focus on general health, sexual and reproductive health, nutrition, fitness, psychology, service journalism, and human interest profiles. I'm all about the scientific method and evidence-based medicine, and love the idea that great writing can turn a potentially scary or boring health topic into something interesting, digestible, and genuinely useful and empowering to readers.

Here are some examples of my work at different publications.

SELF:
Welcome To The New SELF Digital

BuzzFeed:
Is There Any Reason Why A Parent Shouldn't Vaccinate Their Child?
11 Ways To Spot Bogus Headlines About Your Health
13 Powerful Photos Of Mastectomy Tattoos
20 Things Transgender People Might Want To Know About Fertility
29 Things Everyone With A Vagina Should Definitely Know
This Is How Many Calories You Actually Need
17 Times Fitspiration Was Wrong, So We Fixed It
Here Is What A Juice Cleanse Does To Your Body 
A Woman With Skin Cancer Posted A Graphic Selfie To Warn Against Tanning
17 Things Everyone Should Know About Metabolism
And more...

Women's Health:
Questions About The Ebola Virus That You've Probably Googled This Week
Ellen Page Comes Out As Gay In An Emotional Speech — Watch Here
The Truth About The 7-Minute Workout

Dartmouth Alumni Magazine:
The Art Of War — Artist Daniel Heyman ’85 uses his medium as a message about the atrocities of torture and abuse.
Profile of brothers Milton and Frederick Ochieng — After building a clinic in their Kenyan village, physician brothers tackle child mortality and sanitation.
Profile of Christopher Smith — The attorney, professor, and national security and terrorism expert is trying to establish a predictive model of behavior for how indigenous populations will interact with Al Qaeda.
Profile of Jessica Glago — After deciding that she wanted to change her own eating habits, the cancer survivor and her husband built an app, Wholesome, to make the endeavor that much easier.