Telling your mother, ‘I have cancer’

Health Union
Sept. 14, 2018
Ways to soften the blow

Sex after cancer

Chicago Health Magazine
Sept. 4, 2018
Helping female survivors reclaim sexual health

Sun safe vs. sun phobic

Health Union
June 11.2018
How to stay safe in sun without going crazy

Gabapentin new drug of abuse
April 16, 2018
Why opiod abusers crave it

After menopause, painful sex

Next Avenue/PBS
Dec. 5, 2017
Relief opens door to pleasure

A favor returned

Family Dog Magazine
March/April 2017
Two miraculous recoveries, intertwined

Experiencing two worlds at once

Take Magazine
Nov. 18, 2017
Augmented reality artist places ‘border wall’ in Boston Common

Neuropathy difficult to treat
Aug. 3, 2017
For many, pain a lifelong fact of life

Health benefits of pets for older people
March 14, 2017
They help lower blood pressure, for one

After stem cell transplant, chronic symptoms
May 12, 2017
Symptoms linger long after cure

Putting words in motion

The Take Magazine
March 6, 2017
Dancer makes are out of painful memories

When you have 2 sets of DNA
December 13, 2016
Thoughts on being a chimera

The healing powers of tennis
September 2, 2016
How tennis helped in leukemia fight

Toe pain can hinder runners

Women’s Running
August 1, 2016
Changing shoes, stretching, may help

The Crazy Orchid Lady

Yankee Magazine
April 2016
Grower tends to unusual garden

What to do for migraines in teens
March 11, 2016
Learn how to prevent, treat episodes

The little coffee chain that could

Vassar College
Jan. 28, 2016
Coffee roasters keep it in the family

True life epic

The Take Magazine
Nov. 13, 2015
Telling the story of legendary African filmmaker

On a mission

Vassar Quarterly
Spring/Summer 2015
Graduate takes aim at bullying

Cli-Fi education comes to town

Holyoke Community College
April 2, 2015
Climate change fiction deepens understanding

Building Bridges

Smith College
Jan. 30, 2015
Conference highlights refugee issues

No Fly List ‘Kafkaesque’

Mount Holyoke College
July 28, 2014
Lawyer challenges constitutionality

Pink Ribbon Backlash

Newsmax Magazine
September, 2013
Is the race for a cure on the right track?

Running for my life

New York Times Magazine, Lives
April 3, 2005
At end of race, an unlikely fin

Coming to Terms with Disfiguring Surgery

Cancer Today Magazine
Summer, 2012
Roger Ebert faces the critics

Finding Courage to Speak Out

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Turning Point, Spring, 2011
Ovarian cancer survivor shares her story

The Tao of Childhood

June 20, 2005
Philosophy for children sparks deep thoughts