Laurie Saloman, M.S.
Laurie Saloman, M.S., is a health writer with more than 20 years of experience working for both consumer and doctor-focused publications. She's a graduate of Brandeis University and the Medill School of Journalism at Northwestern University, and lives in New Jersey with her family.
Latest by Laurie Saloman, M.S.
Here’s why mosquito bites might leave you with large welts, how to find relief, and how to prevent them in the first place.
Do you feel as if you can’t bump against a piece of furniture without getting a black-and-blue mark? Here’s why that’s happening, and what you can do about it.
The difference between a strain and a sprain is the part of the body affected. Here’s what to know and how to treat the pain and swelling.
Hernias often have no known cause but can occur when you lift something heavy, strain on the toilet, or perform any activity that increases stomach pressure.
Air quality can cause inflammation, respiratory distress, and asthma aggravation. Here’s what to know before you go outside.
The typical Morton’s neuroma sufferer is a woman, and the condition usually develops between the third and fourth toes. Here’s what can help ease the pain.