Health IT, healthcare, technology, women's health, nutrition
Women's health, minority health, holistic and alternative health
Tayla is a graduate of Hofstra University, where she double majored in print journalism and English.
Tayla has been writing for health and healthcare publications for over five years. Some of the topics she has written about include a heart disease primer for women and how text message reminders can increase attendance for breast cancer screenings. Tayla has also written about various aspects of nutrition and diet, such as how a Mediterranean diet can lower the risk of uterine cancer and how certain fruits can lower the risk of stroke. She currently specializes in patient education and provider preparedness.
Tayla has been writing full-length articles, typically 500 words or more, for over 10 years. She has written articles covering a variety of topics, including -- but not limited to -- technology, sports and entertainment, health, and politics. Examples of articles Tayla has written include recaps of popular TV series such as 'The Walking Dead' and 'American Horror Story,' and how parents often notice signs of autism in their infant children before a physician makes an official diagnosis.