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Former Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch
Carolyn R. Schatz was the editor of the Harvard Women’s Health Watch from 1999 to May 2012. Before joining HHP, Carolyn developed and produced science and medical stories for NBC News in New York. She received two Television New and Documentary Emmys from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for stories on the brain that aired on NBC. She was a 1990-91 Knight Science Journalism Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Carolyn has a B.A. in English from Skidmore College, an M.S. in Broadcast Journalism from Boston University School of Public Communication, and an Ed.M. from Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Posts by Carolyn Schatz
Anorexia, bulimia, and other eating disorders in midlife and beyond
Twelve tips for healthier eating in 2012
The dangers of hospital delirium in older people
Study supports alcohol, breast cancer link
Tinnitus: What to do about ringing in the ears
Painful, disabling interstitial cystitis often goes undiagnosed