Corey Whelan

Corey Whelan

Health and Wellness Writer


Family Building and Reproductive Health


Brooklyn College


When people access health information content, they may be grappling with challenges they never expected to face. As a writer, my goal is to soften that journey with accurate information they can trust, plus actionable steps that may lead to resolution and triumph.

— Corey Whelan


Corey Whelan is a patient advocate with an extensive background in infertility and reproductive health. She is also a freelance writer, specializing in health and medical content for a wide range of respected health information websites and publications. Whelan’s unique educational programs have moved thousands of people forward on their family-building journeys. Her work has been featured in outlets such as Newsweek, Time, Inc., Healthline, Everyday Health, Livestrong, Bonadfide Health, and GoHealth.



Corey Whelan has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Brooklyn College.

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