For more than two decades Maria Gifford has been using her journalism talents to help people live healthier and more balanced lives. Through her work as a health writer and editor, Maria shares valuable information about health and wellness issues in ways that are easy for people to understand and incorporate into their daily lives. She's written and edited articles and information for the Mayo Clinic and other health care organizations, as well as edited and guided content on websites such as everydayhealth.com. Maria's consumer health and wellness stories appear in international publications such as Ladies' Home Journal magazine. She also wrote a book on alcoholism and ghostwrote chapters for other health-related books. By using her communication skills to share complex medical and scientific information in ways consumers can understand, Maria Gifford is an editor AND educator, and that's pretty powerful.
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