For more than 13 years, Gina has pored over studies and interviewed leading health experts to write nearly 2,000 articles spanning a broad spectrum of health topics. From high blood pressure, pediatric foot problems, asthma triggers and psoriasis to fibromyalgia, cancer diabetes and halitosis, there’s not a disease or health condition Gina hasn’t written about. Her health features have appeared in numerous print markets including on the covers of the February 2012 & 2013 issues of Family Circle, and several covers of Essence. She’s also published in AARP: The Magazine, All You, Better Homes and Gardens, Oprah, Glamour, Bella and Redbook. Demonstrating versatility, Gina is also a regular contributor to Prevention, Glamour.com, Lifescript.com, MSN, EverydayHealth.com, and other health sites. You’ll also find Gina’s work in numerous regional and international parenting and health publications.
A prolific profile, award-winning writer, Gina was the celebrity health blogger for Yahoo! Health. She has interviewed scores of actors, sports figures, singers, politicians and other celebrities including Kate Walsh, Andie MacDowell, Elizabeth Perkins, Nancy Travis, Kris Jenner, Jessica Alba, Vivica Fox, Mira Sorvino, Joy Behar, Melania Trump, Larry King, Karina Smirnoff, Jim Belushi, Randy Jackson, Robin Roberts, Alan Thicke, Trace Adkins, Mia Hamm, Maureen McCormick, Marilu Henner, Brenda Strong, Laila Ali, Howie Mandel, Carrie Ann Inaba, and many others.
Gina is also a frequent contributor of personal finance, insurance, and consumer issues articles to MSN, NextAvenue, InvestingAnswers, LearnVest.com, CreditSesame, Yahoo and AOL. Which means she’s often writing about ‘Why the Post Office’s Money Woes Could Crush Your Credit,’ ‘The Cheapest Deals You Can’t Pass Up This Fall,’ ‘How Much Would it Cost to Insure Santa?’ ‘Money Lessons Learned From Founding Fathers‘ and similar topics.
When she’s not busy writing, searching for 18th and early 19th Century antiques or joining her teenage son on pre-college visits, Gina enjoys curling up with her family’s three Bichon Frises and reading. Living in a 150 year old farmhouse in snowy but scenic upstate New York also gives Gina and her family plenty of time to enjoy hiking, biking and exploring the Adirondack region. Not to mention shoveling!