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Jennifer Larson

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Jennifer Larson is a freelance writer who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. She has a bachelor's degree from Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, and a master's degree in journalism from the University of Maryland, College Park. She's a member of the Association of Healthcare Journalists and the Society of Professional Journalists. When she's not writing, Jennifer enjoys reading, running, dancing, watching baseball, and chauffeuring her two young sons to all their extracurricular activities.
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Articles

8 questions to ask if you’re planning a pregnancy
Health Education

8 questions to ask before pregnancy

A preconception checkup is your chance to make sure you start your journey to parenthood on the right foot
Pfizer issues voluntary recall of Chantix
News

Chantix recalled by manufacturer

Due to contamination with possible carcinogens, certain lots of this smoking cessation product are pulled from markets
What is white coat hypertension? How do you overcome it?
Health Education

What is white coat hypertension?

If you’re nervous when you get to the doctor’s office, you might experience this effect. These strategies can help.
Lyme disease symptoms—and how to protect yourself
Health Education

Learn Lyme disease symptoms

It’s not just the bull’s-eye rash that you need to be aware of to protect yourself
The best diet to fight depression
Wellness

The best depression diet

Eating these foods may help to lift your mood, in combination with other treatments
Your guide to the stomach bug
Health Education

Your guide to the stomach bug

The best treatments for even the worst tummy troubles
FDA approves Qelbree, a new non-stimulant ADHD medication
News

FDA approves Qelbree for ADHD

This is the first new non-stimulant treatment option approved for children in 10 years
Common culprits of spring allergies—and the best treatments
Health Education

See common culprits for spring allergies

Spring allergies: If just seeing those two words makes your eyes water,…
How to cut back on ‘quaran-tinis’
Wellness

How to cut back on ‘quaran-tinis’

“It’s always cocktail hour during a crisis!” “Time for some quaran-tinis!” “Schools…
Could your sniffling be a mold allergy?
Health Education

Could your sniffling be a mold allergy?

Sniffling and sneezing—along with other unpleasant symptoms—are your body’s way of signaling…
How to start (and stick to) a heart-healthy diet
Wellness

How to start (and stick to) a heart-healthy diet

Heart disease is the number one killer of men and women in…
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