Are there more cases of cancer?, February 5, 2020, SciMoms Blog

Ask SciMoms: Are sports drinks safe for kids?, October 20, 2019, SciMoms Blog

From scared mom to science mom, June 27, 2019, SciMoms Blog

Ask SciMoms: Is sunscreen necessary? Is sunscreen safe?, May 1, 2019, SciMoms Blog

How to Find Reliable Health Information Online, January 4, 2019, SEEN

Ask SciMoms: Should I use talcum or baby powder?, December 25, 2018, SciMoms Blog

Ask SciMoms: Where does the vaccine schedule come from?, September 27, 2018, SciMoms Blog

Ask SciMoms: How do you treat head lice?, July 17, 2018, SciMoms Blog

Ask SciMoms: Are there more cases of autism?, June 18, 2018, SciMoms Blog

The Social Consequences of the GMO Debate, June 10, 2018, SciMoms Blog

Measures of Toxicity, May 7, 2018, Thoughtscapism

Defining Safety: How Safe is Safe?, April 26, 2018, SciMoms Blog

Risk in Perspective: Population Risk does not Equal Individual Risk, April 4, 2018, SciMoms blog, with Thoughtscapism

Risk in Perspective: Zero Risk Is an Impossible Dream, March 19, 2018, SciMoms blog, with Thoughtscapism

Risk in Perspective: Hazards are Not All Created Equal, March 8, 2018, SciMoms blog, with Thoughtscapism

Risk In Perspective: Hazard And Risk Are Different, February 27, 2018, SciMoms blog, with Thoughtscapism

Risk In Perspective: Introduction, February 22, 2018, SciMoms blog, with Thoughtscapism

(Don’t) Jump Around: A Closer Look at Trampolines, February, 12, 2018

SciMoms Chats: Pfizer closers neuroscience division, January 13, 2017, SciMoms blog

SciMoms Chats: placebos and compassion, December 24, 2017, SciMoms blog

On Shill Accusations and Misogyny, November 27, 2017, with Kavin Senapathy, Layla Katiraee, Anastasia Bodnar, Jenny Splitter, and Natalie Newell, Medium

Facts Not Fear: March for Science Atlanta, April 25, 2017, Medium

Why I March For Science, April 25, 2017, Medium

Glyphosate Vs. Caffeine: Acute and Chronic Toxicity Assessments Explained, April 13, 2017, Food and Farm Discussion Lab

GMOs: a scapegoat of the American food system, December 13, 2016, with Kavin Senapathy and Layla Katiraee, Medium

We’re Scientists. We’re Moms. And We Avoid Non-GMO Products, November 4, 2016, with Layla Katiraee and Anastasia Bodnar, Medium

This ‘Frozen’ Passover Parody Is Kind of the Best Thing Ever, April 15, 2016, Kveller

“All About That Risk”, March 31, 2016, Science Moms Blog

A chemical is a chemical is a chemical, March 29, 2016, The Credible Hulk

Credibility is our currency: conflicts of interest and research misconduct, March 10, 2016, Biofortified

Defining the GMO debate, January 22, 2016, FrankenFoodFacts

How Marketers Use Fear Of Chemicals For Profit: 3 Easy Steps, January 13, 2016, Forbes

Don’t Flush Your Meds: Antidepressants, Pregnancy and Autism, December 22, 2016, Grounded Parents

Dear Christie Brinkley: We Aren’t Guinea Pigs, November 20, 2015, with Layla Katiraee, FrankenFoodFacts

Trick or Treat: The tale of ‘dangerous’ Pumpkin Spice Latte, October 28, 2015, Genetic Literacy Project

Epigenetic Inheritance, Trauma and the Holocaust, January 27, 2016, Scizzle Blog

Are GMOs 100% Safe?, September 9, 2015, Daddy’s Tractor

Scientist and Advocate Moms to Celeb Moms: Weigh GMO Food with Facts Not Fear, August 19, 2015, with Kavin Senapathy, Layla Katiraee, Jenny Splitter and Anastasia Bodnar, Grounded Parents

The Miracle Mineral Solution Sham and What You Can Do About It, August 3, 2015, It’s Mom Sense

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Should You Listen To Gwyneth Paltrow About GMOs?, July 31, 2015, Fitness Reloaded

Sunscreen Causes Cancer? What A Dangerous Lie, June 25, 2015, Fitness Reloaded

Scientist deconstructs Séralini’s PLOS GMO study: ‘Failed attempt at redemption’, June 18, 2015, Genetic Literacy Project

Pesticides: Not That Scary and Organic Food Not Safer, May 28, 2015 , Fitness Reloaded

Watch scientist challenge the scare-promoting Food Babe, April 7, 2015, Genetic Literacy Project

‘Mommy PhD’ Launches Scientists are People Campaign, March 9, 2015, Skepchick

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