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Why Hire A Healthcare And Sciences Writer?

Content in the healthcare and sciences industries often includes journal manuscripts and abstracts, regulatory and research-related documents, drug or disease-related promotional and educational literature. Hiring a writer with a healthcare and sciences background will help to ensure your content is diligently researched, reassuringly accurate and written with your target audience in mind. Whether you are writing content for scientists or healthcare professionals, an experienced writer understands the language, terminology, and formatting that this audience expects. To find the right healthcare and sciences writer for your project, search our freelance writing marketplace and search samples tagged with "healthcare and sciences".

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Chelsea S Last online 1 day

Fox Island, Washington, United States

I'm here to help you find the right words to represent you, your brand, and your story. After earning a degree in creative writing, I spent six years working for a global ministry as an in-house copywriter and editor. While there I worked on marketing emails, web content, newsletters, curriculum, ebooks, content marketing and more. During that time I began editing and ghostwriting full-length books and have spent the past 9 years as a freelance writer and editor, focusing on blog posts, articles, content marketing, and ghostwriting. My experience has taught me the importance of creating content that expresses the voice of the client. You have something important to communicate to your audience, and I want to help you discover the best way to share your ideas with the world.

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Cristina N Last online 1 day

Veneto, Italy

A professional editor and writer since 2012, I've edited or written articles on all kinds of topics, but my specialties are science, health, travel, and project management. My former career in academia has taught me how to do thorough research and back up all claims with facts. I love to translate complex information into clear, concise, and creative copy that helps and inspires the reader.

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Kimberly C Last online about 23 hours

Sydney, Nova Scotia, Canada

Kimberly is a freelance writer, editor, and social media manager living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She got started writing her own blog about homeschooling and quickly began writing and editing for various publications, both in print and online. When not writing, you can find Kimberly ferrying her daughter to dance and performing arts endeavours, as well as enjoying directing, acting, singing, and dancing in local productions herself.

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Read Sample Healthcare And Sciences Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect healthcare and sciences content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our healthcare and sciences writers:

The 7 Best Mouthwashes For Gingivitis To Buy In 2018

Plenty of people have heard of gingivitis in passing from advertisements or pamphlets in their dentist's office. However, these mentions don't give credence to the red-flag nature of gingivitis: it's the beginning stages of periodontitis, which can progress from irritated gum tissue and bad breath to tooth and bone loss. It may also serve as a warning sign for conditions like heart disease and stroke.

Luckily, gingivitis is completely reversible, especially if you add antibacterial mouthwash to the mix. You probably encounter mouthwashes at the drugstore all the time, but according to the American Dental Association, rinses that help treat... Read More

What Does the FDA Say About Vape Advertising?

Just a few years ago, tobacco users would have been inhaling and exhaling fumes from a regular cigarette, cigar, or joint. Nowadays, the act of vaping has taken the smoking community by storm, with some of the electric devices (commonly known as vaporizers or e-cigarettes), containing water vapor that is free from both tobacco and nicotine. Unlike smoking, vaping is claimed to be a healthier choice and it has created a brand new industry of its own.

From the opportunities vaping brings for slashing the risks of smoking-related disease, to the many flavors on offer, there is no wonder why... Read More

Getting Disability Benefits for Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease that causes changes to the nervous system that can make it difficult to work. It affects more woman than men and most commonly occurs in those ages 20 through 40, although it can happen at any age. MS symptoms widely vary in type, severity, and duration. The more common symptoms include: numbness, tingling, and weakness in the extremities loss of balance painful muscle spasms blurred vision, and cognitive impairments Although a neurological examination can identify symptoms that may indicate the presence of MS, there is no conclusive test. In general, it's diagnosed only... Read More

4 Heart Healthy Foods that Can Help You Through Cancer Treatment

Nutrition plays an important role in your overall health, especially during cancer treatment. What you eat can help or hurt your recovery and how you feel during and after treatment. Cancer treatments can be rough on your body and cause side effects that change what you're able to eat, according to the American Cancer Society. Choosing heart healthy foods that build up your body and work with your treatments can help you reduce and overcome challenges. What you should eat depends on the type of cancer you have and your treatment regimen. You may need more fat or protein to... Read More

4 Powerful Life Lessons Nurses Have Learned While Working On The Job

It takes a very special person to become a nurse. It's a tough job that's far from glamorous. Whether it's tending to a sick patient, drawing blood or giving vaccinations—nurses are constantly on the go. Yet despite the workload and long hours, the profession is very rewarding in more ways than one. Life lessons are often learned that can last a lifetime. Below, several real-life nurses share theirs. 1. Learning to forgive will set you free. For hospice nurse Trudy Harris, the dying taught her just how powerful the words "I'm sorry" truly are. According to Harris, when she cares... Read More

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