In her 25 years of writing about health and medicine, Sara’s work often focuses on telling human stories that help explain health issues and complex conditions. She is known for her ability to extract compelling stories from clinicians, researchers and patients and for her sparkling copy for books, magazines and websites.
During her career with Rodale, Sara wrote women’s health books before becoming Prevention magazine’s first alternative medicine editor. She covered trends, news and research in her monthly column and wrote feature stories.
Sara’s articles have appeared in Prevention, More, Health, Better Homes & Gardens, Mindful, Heart Healthy Living, Dr. Oz the Good Life, Organic Style, More, Arthritis Today, Better Health & Living, First for Women and Alternative Medicine magazines.
She is also the author or co-author of health books including No More Pills, Women’s Book of Healing Herbs, Women Doctors’ Book of Home Remedies for Women, Natural Prescriptions for Women, Kitchen Cabinet Cures and New Choices in Natural Healing for Women.
Sara lives with her husband in Easton, PA, where she is a freelance staff writer for the American Geriatrics Society and serves on the board of directors for the Village on College Hill, a not-for-profit organization that enables older adults to live vibrant lives in their College Hill homes.