I strive to provide readers with important health information that keeps them up-to-date on new medical breakthroughs, current health trends, and important diagnostic and treatment options. If you're seeking the latest inside thinking for yourself or for someone close to you, I work to clearly provide this information in a reader-friendly way
Maxine Lipner is a veteran health and medical writer with experience providing quality information on a broad range of areas from ophthalmology to oncology, as well as general health. Some of the topics she has highlighted include embracing telemedicine, macular degeneration prevention, monitoring blood pressure, and treating eyelid cancer.
She has contributed to many highly-respected outlets including Today.com, Next Avenue, Forbes.com, MarketWatch, New York Magazine, MSN.com, and many others. Maxine was the Senior Contributing Writer at EyeWorld Magazine, a publication catering to ophthalmologists.
Maxine has a Bachelor of Science Degree in Communication Arts from Cornell University.
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