199 Health journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Health media list of 199 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Health reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Responsible for the health and science beat at the Daily Mirror
Contributor Kim Painter is a veteran USA TODAY health reporter and columnist. She wears sunscreen, eats broccoli and gets 10,000 steps a day.
Melinda Beck is a columnist for The Wall Street Journal, writing the weekly Health Journal column in the Personal Journal section and related features.
Canadian journalist covers medicine, health policy & research.
Caitlin covers Apple news, health and fitness tech, and social networks from IDG's New York bureau
Alexandra Sifferlin is a writer for TIME. She covers public health issues including infectious and chronic disease, big ideas in medicine, and breaking news.
Hannah Jane Parkinson is a writer on pop culture, music, tech, football, politics and mental health. She lives in London and previously lived in Russia, Oxford and Liverpool. She likes reading, sauvignon blanc, laughing and Liverpool FC.
Ross Andersen is a senior editor at The Atlantic, where he oversees the Science, Technology, and Health sections. He was previously deputy editor of Aeon Magazine.
Reed Abelson has been a reporter for The New York Times since 1995. She currently covers the business of health care, focusing on health insurance and how financial incentives affect the delivery of medical care.
Anna Almendrala is a Healthy Living editor for the Huffington Post. She was born in Manila, Philippines and grew up in New Zealand and California. She graduated from U.C. Berkeley in 2006 with a double major in Rhetoric and Spanish and has previously worked for Sojourners and Brave New Films. She lives with her husband in Los Angeles.
Coffee addict. Dad joke enthusiast. Health reporter
Leah is the Health Editor for INSIDER. Before joining the INSIDER team, she served as the Lifestyle Editor at Romper and also played a key role in the site's launch. She graduated from Syracuse University in 2011, where she earned a degree in magazine journalism and a minor in nutrition.
Writing biotech/pharma/health care at Bloomberg Gadfly @bfly, formerly @qz.
Executive Editor @Medscape by WebMD; contributor @SciAm and @NPR; health, science and former donut writer
Jenna Flannigan is a senior editor at Healthline Media and a freelance writer with experience covering health, policy, and lifestyle topics.
Multi-Platform Reporter @ABC, White House, Cuba, immigration, healthcare, gov waste/fraud.
Elise reports on health care, life sciences and publicly traded technology companies.
Anna Borges is a health writer for BuzzFeed News and is based in New York.
Cindy George is a health and general assignment reporter.
At Crain's I cover all aspects of the business of health care in New York, including startups, Medicaid reform, medical marijuana, hospital consolidation and the local impact of national health policy. I am also interested in the intersection between drug policy, the criminal justice system and health care.
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