Karen Morse

MENLO PARK, CA USA
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Professional Experience

I'm a freelance writer with a background in Public Health specializing in health, diet, nutrition, drug safety, and fitness. I’ve written for Better Nutrition, Clean Eating, VIV Magazine, Z-LIFE, and more. I excel in taking clinical or scientific material and making it clear to the average reader. I’m also a health coach and a certified Nia White Belt instructor. Visit my blog, www.thewellnessscientist.com/blog.

Expertise

Editor
1 Year
Technical Writer
14 Years
Writer
14 Years

Specialty

Fitness
1 Year
Health
14 Years
Science
14 Years

Industries


Magazine - Large Consumer/National magazines
1 Year
Magazine - Trade magazines/publications (B2B)
1 Year
Other
14 Years

Total Media Industry Experience

1 Years

Media Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Z-LIFE Magazine (1-2), Clean Eating (1-2), Better Nutrition (1-2), VIV Magazine (1-2)

Corporate Client List (# assignments last 2 yrs)

Jazz Pharmaceuticals (3-5)

Other Work History

Drug safety expert, Nia certified

Technical Skills

I can research like no other

Foreign Language Skills

some French, enough Japanese to order food and not get lost!

Computer Skills

Word, Excel, OS 10, Wordpress

Equipment

Computer, laptop, digital camera, cell phone, audio recorder

Work Permits & Visas

Able to work anywhere in the US

References

Upon request

Awards

J&J's Standards of Leadership award for Collaboration & Customer & Marketplace Focus

Work Samples

General

(Little Pink Book 2/1/2012)
Between career, commuting and family, self-care continues to lie at the bottom of the priority list. Though a family history of heart disease increases your risk, many women without a family history also have heart problems. If you are aware of the risks, heart disease and stroke are preventable.
(Clean Eating 7/1/2013)
Shiitakes, the most acclaimed of the medicinal mushrooms offer a slew of antioxidants well known for their immune-boosting properties.
(MindBodyGreen.com 5/18/2012)
(VIV Magazine 6/7/2013)
Genetics actually only account for about half of the skin equation - environment and lifestyle choices determine the rest. Choosing foods with skin-boosting properties is another way to enhance our beauty bag o' tricks
(Little Pink Book 11/22/2011)
Over the years, numerous studies have confirmed a link between a positive attitude and good health. One way we can cultivate happiness is through the expression of gratitude.
(Z-LIFE Magazine 6/1/2013)
Nutrition Q&A: 5 Nutrient-Rich Rice Substitutions to Fuel Your Workout