Senior news writer for WebMD and major science geek. NYU serp/sherp alum. Tweets are my own.

Read Full Bio →


I've been a reporter for 15 years, covering health, science, and medicine for television, magazines, newspapers and now the Web.

My stories have appeared in Scientific American, The New York Times, Psychology Today, Parade, Self, Health, and The Boston Globe, among others.

I'm currently the seni...

Search Tweets

Twitter Feed

@WebMD_BrendaG — 1,524 followers, 1,562 tweets

Nov 20, 2017

RT @asheinin: Can we all just pause for a second and again re-state how stupid it is that we just blew up a perfectly good domed…

Nov 17, 2017

RT @anson_hall: “If you want to become smarter, listen more. If you want a stronger marriage, listen actively. And if you want bett…

Nov 17, 2017

RT @ByNinaMartin: Really good piece looking at racial disparities in maternal care from @WebMD_BrendaG 

Nov 17, 2017

RT @WebMD: New mothers in the U.S. die in childbirth 3 times as often as women in Canada and 4 times as often as women in the…

Show More


Society of Professional Journalists Award

2011 - breaking news - online
With my WebMD editors, Sean Swint and Laura Martin, we won the award for online coverage of breaking news for the story, "Gene Therapy May Reverse Hemophilia".