Julia SavacoolHealth Writer
Julia Savacool is a writer in New York City, covering topics of health, fitness and wellness. She is the former Articles Director of Fitness magazine and Deputy Editor at Marie Claire. Savacool’s stories have won the United Nations Friends of the World Food Program Media Award, the NARAL Pro-Choice Media Award, and the Los Angeles Commission on Assaults Against Women Humanitarian Award for domestic violence coverage. She is an avid runner who has completed more than a dozen marathons.
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