For more than 14 years, Gina has pored over studies and interviewed leading health experts to write 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. An award-winning writer, her health features have appeared in numerous popular titles including on the covers of the February 2012, February 2013 and February 2015 issues of Family Circle, the March & July 2014 issues of Glamour, Natural Health (April 2014) and several covers of Essence magazine. She’s also contributed to AARP: The Magazine, All You, Better Homes and Gardens, Oprah, Cosmo for Latinas, Eating Well, BellaNYC, Redbook and Woman’s Day as well as Shape.com, Prevention, Glamour.com, Lifescript.com, MSN, EverydayHealth.com and other health and welness sites.
A prolific celebrity profile writer, Gina has interviewed scores of actors, sports figures, singers, politicians and other celebrities including Scandal’s first couple Tony Goldwyn & Bellamy Young, Sofia Vergara, Revenge star Madeleine Stowe, Kate Walsh, Andie MacDowell, Dallas stars Patrick Duffy, Brenda Strong and Judith Light, NASCAR drivers Jeff Gordon, Trevor Bayne and Michael Waltrip, Valerie Harper, Nancy Travis, Kris Jenner, Jessica Alba, Vivica Fox, Mira Sorvino, Joy Behar, Melania Trump, Larry King, Dancing With the Stars‘ Karina Smirnoff and Carrie Ann Inaba, Jim Belushi, Randy Jackson, Robin Roberts, Alan Thicke, Trace Adkins, Mia Hamm, Maureen McCormick, Marilu Henner, Laila Ali, Howie Mandel, and many others. Gina was also the celebrity health blogger for Yahoo! Health.
Gina is an eHow Money blogger as well as a frequent contributor of personal finance and insurance articles to MSN, NextAvenue.org, Investopedia.com, InvestingAnswers, LearnVest.com, Credit Sesame, 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.
You’ll also find Gina’s work in numerous regional and international parenting, senior and health publications.
When she’s not chatting with celebrities, digging into medical research or pounding away on her keyboard you’ll find Gina rooting around antique shows, barns and flea markets searching for 18th and early 19th Century antiques with her husband. She’s also happy when the couple’s 18-year old son comes home from college for a visit — even if that means bringing his laundry (gulp!). Gina also enjoys curling up with the family’s three Bichon Frises and flipping through magazines or watching NASCAR. Living in a 150 year old farmhouse in snowy, but scenic, upstate New York means Gina and her family have plenty of time to enjoy hiking, biking and exploring the Adirondack region. Not to mention shoveling!