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Alex Fulton

Writer

Expertise

Integrative Health, Women's Health

Education

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Highlights

I believe everyone has the right to accurate and easy-to-understand information about their health. I hope to be a trusted resource for you and your family.

— Alex Fulton

Experience

Alex Fulton has been working in the wellness field for more than 20 years. She has written extensively about integrative medicine, herbalism, supplements and other topics related to holistic health.

Alex also focuses on issues related to women's health, from menstruation to menopause. She has collaborated with physicians, midwives and functional medicine practitioners to promote natural approaches to health care for women.

Education

Alex has a BA in English from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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