Anna Tan

Writer, Content Creator, Social Media Strategist, New York State Registered Nurse

Location icon United States of America

I'm a 28-year-old Registered Nurse in both the United States and the Philippines, an AFPA-Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, and former television talent with a passion for writing and multimedia, whether it's videos, graphic design, or photography and post-processing.

I have nearly 3 years of extensive experience writing several 250 to 350-word articles daily for Bionews Services, LLC - a Dallas, Texas-based biotechnology and pharmaceutical news company. I was also promoted to Contributing Editor, which entailed handling a team of 15 writers, whom I assigned article pitches to and whose work I edited and prepared for online publication.

I am very familiar with Wordpress and SEO writing, and have very dynamic interests. Attention to detail and the quality of my work will not be a problem. I am a deadline-driven self-starter that can delve into any topic.

I am a well-travelled healthcare professional, and fitness and nutrition buff, and I believe my varying passions and background will complement your existing team of writers well.

Portfolio

Author Pages (Health/News/Biotechnology)

YourCareEverywhere
11/17/2017
The Wellness Diet

Education University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines - Bachelor of Science in Nursing Twitter @AnnaTantrum Industry Affiliations Registered Nurse, State of New York Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, Association of Fitness Professionals of America At 26 years old, Anna is a Registered Nurse, Certified Nutrition and Wellness Consultant, and seasoned writer.

COPD News Today
09/29/2015
Anna Tan, RN - COPD News Today

Anna is responsible for the scripting and production of video news content. Her skills as a registered nurse as well as a proven video content creator on YouTube and other social media platforms allow her to create video news reports that are engaging and easy to understand for patients.

Multiple Sclerosis News Today
10/08/2015
Anna Tan, RN - Multiple Sclerosis News Today

Anna is responsible for the scripting and production of video news content. Her skills as a registered nurse as well as a proven video content creator on YouTube and other social media platforms allow her to create video news reports that are engaging and easy to understand for patients.

Online Publications

YourCareEverywhere
07/06/2016
Your Grocery Glossary

Today's food consumerism is definitely not what it used to be 10 years ago. Whether for good or bad, much of the food that we enjoy today we owe to some very cool advancements in science and technology. Although large commercial food chains and manufacturers are still very much in business, recen...

Multiple Sclerosis News Today
09/01/2014
New Multiple Sclerosis Drug May Repair Nerve Demyelination

As researchers continue to develop a clearer understanding of the underlying causes of multiple sclerosis (MS), it is becoming increasingly apparent that the future of treating the disease is likely to center on neural protection and a reversal of the demyelination process that strips away the critical insulation surrounding denuded axons.

Bionews-tx
10/15/2014
Pediatric Dental Clinic in San Antonio Awarded $375K Grant

One of today's most preventable pediatric diseases is unfortunately also ranked as the leading chronic childhood illness in America. For some parents, childhood tooth decay may not at first glance pose a major health concern, as most assume that, since baby teeth are eventually replaced by adult teeth, they play a small role in pediatric health.

YourCareEverywhere
07/06/2016
Just How Healthy Is Healthy Food?

Are protein bars really all they're cracked up to be? Are fat-reduced, non-fried, and multi-grain variants as beneficial as they claim themselves to be? It's a yes and no. If you are comparing these products to fast food, candy, and soda, clearly marketed healthier food items should be the better...

Multiplesclerosisnewstoday
10/15/2014
Urinary Prosthesis Better than Catheterization for Female MS Patients

One of the concerns patients with neurologic diseases such as multiple sclerosis face is decline or loss of bladder control . It can be an embarrassing and frustrating problem, which is estimated to occur in about 80% of MS patients, as the disease causes a slowing down or interruption in signal transmission to and from the brain.

Video

Blogging (Nutrition and Fitness)

Fit Well Foodie
07/21/2013
Your Breakfast Decides How Your Day Goes

You've heard it said a hundred times before: "Breakfast is the most important meal of the day." But do you actually know why it's the ultimate and total boss meal of all your meals? The word breakfast actually means to "BREAK the FAST" (I know, I learned that too just now.)

Fit Well Foodie
07/30/2013
Common Fitness Myths Debunked!

Anyone travelling the road to fitness deserves a big high five! Whether you just started your journey, or you had fallen off the wagon and are getting back in shape, you ought to give yourself a pat on the back for doing something that takes discipline and daily self-motivation.

Commissioned Ghostwriting / SEO Articles