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Marisa Taylor

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New York, NY, United States

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Recent:
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Past:
  • HuffPost
  • The Guardian
  • Al Jazeera English

Past articles by Marisa:

1 In 5 Immigrant Children Detained During ‘Zero Tolerance’ Border Policy Are Under 13

Beyond specialized medical care, younger children have different food and housing needs and require more personal attention. → Read More

Here Are The Best Cities For Living Car-Free

"People are wanting to live lives in which they are less dependent on a car." → Read More

The Surprising Story Of Republican Towns Going Green

The cost savings of alternative energy lure GOP mayors, but the climate reasons resonate, too. → Read More

New York City Might Do Something Crazy To Ease Maddening Rush-Hour Traffic

Brace yourself: It involves tolls. → Read More

When The Air In Your Home Is More Polluted Than Outside

“If you say ‘air pollution’ to someone, they don’t necessarily think about what is happening inside their homes." → Read More

The Robot Revolution Is Happening Right Now

Your hometown might be part of a growing trend of high-tech cities. → Read More

St. Kitts Launches Probe Of Herpes Vaccine Tests On U.S. Patients

The vaccine research sparked controversy because the lead investigator conducted the trial without FDA or institutional review board oversight. → Read More

HHS Pick Price Made ‘Brazen’ Stock Trades While His Committee Was Under Scrutiny

Price also advocated for health care companies' interests in letters to officials and proposed laws in their favor. → Read More

HHS Pick Price Made ‘Brazen’ Stock Trades While His Committee Was Under Scrutiny

Price also advocated for health care companies' interests in letters to officials and proposed laws in their favor. → Read More

Why your 'personality' is getting in the way of a promotion

Women are penalized with criticisms about their personalities while their male colleagues are skipping rungs on the corporate ladder → Read More

Inside corporate America's stand against transgender discrimination

PayPal, the NBA and others are protesting against a North Carolina law that bans transgender people from bathrooms that match their gender identity → Read More

Heart disease, depression, flat eyeballs – the hazards of deep space travel

Can we colonize Mars without killing our space pioneers? We take a look at some of the biggest health hazards reported by astronauts on long space missions → Read More

First VA clinic for transgender vets in US opens in Ohio

Cleveland VA Medical Center opens first clinic for transgender veterans → Read More

Low-fat diets not the last word in weight loss, study says

Meta-analysis shows eating low-fat is no more effective than high-fat diets for losing weight and keeping it off → Read More

A new way to treat women's mental health in prison

A program in California state prisons helps women convicted of violent offenses face trauma from their pasts → Read More

Majority of public assistance goes to working families, report finds

State and federal public assistance programs pay $153 billion to low-wage workers who can't make ends meet → Read More

Suicides among middle-aged spiked after 2007, tied to economic downturn

Study shows that financial and legal troubles were increasingly a factor in US suicides after Great Recession → Read More

Gender gap in academia strongest in fields that emphasize 'brilliance'

Men tend to outnumber women in fields such as physics and philosophy that prioritize 'genius,' study says → Read More

Study: More women on corporate boards, but gender gap persists

New research shows global disparities in number of women in corporate leadership and identifies ways to close the gap → Read More

Texas abortion clinics: How far is too far to drive?

Federal appeals court will hear arguments on state's abortion law, which could limit women's options across the state → Read More