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As an expert in health communications, Laurie provides web content consulting to organizations and physicians. She writes and edits website news stories and blogs, writes feature articles on behalf of health organizations, and has assisted in the revamping of websites. She helps health care companies and doctors provide original and fresh content that will make them stand out in the sea of health information on the web. She creates physician websites that are personalized, newsy, and optimized for search engines.  

Montefiore Medical Center: Laurie is editor and writer of Nursing@Montefiore, a magazine that is distributed to employees at the hospital. She also contributes to other internal and external communications for the hospital.

Autism Speaks: Laurie worked as a science writer/editor, translating difficult genetic information for the lay public, writing human interest stories and writing and editing blogs authored by staff and guest scientists.

Dr. Dean Mitchell’s website:  Laurie wrote the content for Dr. Mitchell’s allergy website at  http://www.allergydrops.net/

Phadia ImmunoCap blog: Laurie blogged on allergies and asthma at http://isitallergy.com/blog/

 

 

 


 

 

Laurie’s Health Blog

Welcome to my health blog, a running log of my published articles, blog posts, and my thoughts on all things health. This will be a compilation of quick newsy posts I write for iVillage Parenting and iVillage Health as well as longer feature articles for the New York Times and magazines like Prevention, Health, Parenting, Fit Pregnancy and the web magazine ViV. I’ve been a health reporter for nearly two decades, and got my start at Self magazine as an editorial assistant. I’ve written about health, diet, nutrition, fitness and mental health, but my favorite types of articles are those that have a consumer edge to them, articles that help keep health consumers informed so that they can make the best health care decisions for themselves. Thanks for your support!

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