Lori Miller Kase, a Connecticut-based freelance writer, specializes in health and also writes frequently about the arts, food and parenting. A journalist for more than 25 years, she has been published in a wide range of national and local publications, including Discover, Vogue, Self, Eating Well, Parents, The New York Times, The Boston Globe Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, Brain,Child, Reader’s Digest, Health and Hartford Magazine. She has also written for internet sites such as The Atlantic, Aeon, The Review Review and Beliefnet. She has been awarded for "Excellence in Journalism" by the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists.
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