Health Leaders Media. News and feature for hospital administrators. Contributing writer 2014-present.
Boston Health News blog. Launched Feb. 2009.
Nature Boston: Staff blogger, 2010-2012.
Medscape Medical News: Ongoing reporting on new research.
The Boston Globe: The rose maven of the Public Garden. A profile of China Altman, leader of the volunteers who tend to the park’s rose beds. August 28, 2012
Radio: Overdose prevention: Still using, but still alive.Massachusetts and other states are trying a new approach to heroin addiction that aims at keeping addicts alive until they can get sober. The Health Show, WAMC, Albany, New York. 2010. Click for mp3 or via PRX page
Radio: On the way to wired medicine: A Massachusetts town struggles to create a health information network. Radio report, WBUR, Boston Dec 27, 2009 and WAMC, Albany, New York.
Nature Network Boston: Debate mounts over proposed biotech tax breaks. Critics of Gov. Patrick’s $1 billion life sciences bill question whether the drug development industry in Massachusetts needs financial help from the state. Jan 28, 2008.
The Boston Globe: Lightman’s dream: MIT physicist and author empowers young Cambodian women by building a dormitory for them in Phnom Penh. November 19, 2007.
Nature Network Boston: Campus donors ask for more: The recent controversy surrounding MIT neuroscience raises questions about how much power philanthropists have over universities. Nov 9, 2006.
Fast Company:Not invented here — Drug companies now look to outside labs for new drugs. April 2007.
The Washington Post: Divided Loyalties? Nonprofit Health Advocacy Groups Like to Portray Themselves as Patients’ Allies. Can They Serve Corporate Benefactors at the Same Time? Lead story, “Health” section. January 7, 2006.
Healing traditions: Americans have only recently begun to experiment with body work, herbs, acupuncture, and other forms of Oriental medicine. Cambodians have been doing it forever. The Boston Phoenix, June 21, 2001.
A cure for complacency : Partners in Health convinced the world that it is wrong to let poor people die of tuberculosis. Now they want to do the same thing for AIDS. The Boston Phoenix, March 2, 2001
Science for Sale : A Harvard researcher could profit from a product he “independently” reviewed for the National Institutes of Health. The scientific community, dependent on corporate money, has no clear way to handle such conflicts. The Boston Phoenix, April 29, 1999.
Children of the Revolution : Two weeks in the life of an alternative newspaper at Boston University (and a break from the health care beat.) The Boston Phoenix , December 9,1999.
A lab of one’s own: A profile of the feminist scientists at The Silent Spring Institute, The Boston Phoenix, December 10, 1998.
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From the Utne Reader ‘s New Planet Section
Good Vibrations ? Two new forms of natural healing get mixed reviews. January/February 2001
High Immunity : New vaccines may take the fun out of drugs. Should we inoculate kids
to prevent partying? November/December 2000
Help Wanted: The people who take care of our kids and parents are underpaid and overworked. We can do better than that. July/August 2000
Honey I Shrunk the Doctor: Nanotechnology comes to medicine, May/June 2000
Pork Futures: The problems and perils of xenotransplantation, Jan./Feb. 2000.