Kaylea Swearingen

Kaylea Swearingen

Pharmacist, Health and Wellness Writer


Medications, Health and Wellness


Ohio Northern University


Kaylea Swearingen has a doctorate of pharmacy degree. She has over a decade of experience as a pharmacist in the retail and industry settings. She is a freelance health and wellness writer who is passionate about translating complex health information into something that is easy to understand.

As a pharmacist, I have always been passionate about patient education. My goal is to create readable, reliable, and relatable health and wellness content that builds trust and inspires action.

— Kaylea Swearingen


Kaylea is a registered pharmacist and freelance health and wellness writer. As a pharmacist, she has experience in retail pharmacy and pharmacy industry, specifically post-market safety. Writing has given Kaylea a voice to not only educate but also inspire consumers to take a more active role in their health and wellness journey.


Kaylea has a PharmD from Ohio Northern University and is a Registered Pharmacist in Ohio.

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