Sandra Gordon Bio

With nearly 20 years of experience covering health and nutrition, Sandra Gordon (www.sandrajgordon.com) has written for Harvard Medical School, AOLHealth.com, Weightwatchers.com, iVillage.com, Parents, Family Circle, Prevention, Fitness, Woman's Day, Redbook, Self, Vitality, Cooking Light, More, and ShopSmart, American Baby, More, Shape, Ladies' Home Journal, Cooking Light, Woman's Day, Parenting, among others.

She's also the author of eight books that cover a range of topics, including: The Reunion Diet; Consumer Reports Best Baby Products (the 8th, 9th and 10th editions); Heart to Heart: Personal Lessons on Preventing Heart Disease; The Shy Single; The Aging Eye, and The 30 Secrets of the World's Healthiest Cuisines.

Formerly, Sandra was a health writer for HIP, the New York City-based HMO. She started her career at Glamour as an assistant editor in the nutrition department.

See Sandra's Google+ profile.

Check out Sandra's articles on dLife.com:

7 Ways Women Can Prevent a Stroke

Arthritis and Diabetes

7 Things Dentists Wish You Knew About Diabetes and Dental Health

Choosing the Best ACA Health Plan When You Have Diabetes

Last Modified Date: October 24, 2013

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