Carrie Arnold

freelance science writer who wrote about addiction vaccines for “Scientific American.”

Guest

Award-winning blogger, science writer, and author. She write about a variety of topics, from eating disorders to microbiology to evolution. Carrie has written for the Washington Post, Scientific American, Psychology Today, Smithsonian, Self, Slate, The Lancet, and more. 
Carrie is also very active in the eating disorders community, advocating for the need for better research and treatments for the most deadly of all psychiatric disorders. She is a professional adviser for the group FEAST (Families Empowered and Supporting the Treatment of Eating Disorders) and a founding board member of the Eating Disorders Information Gateway, which seeks to make all quality online eating disorders information accessible and searchable in one easy-to-use location. You can check out her eating disorders blog at EDBites.com
Carrie has a Master’s in Public Health from the University of Michigan, and an MA in Science Writing from Johns Hopkins University.

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Vaccines for Addiction

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