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Michelle Bryan

Michelle Bryan knew she wanted to be a writer when she was eight years old. Her uncle left her an antique typewriter, and she began writing mystery stories from her childhood bedroom closet. She wrote her first poetry manuscript titled "The Waves" and went on to study Journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism at Arizona State University. As a Michigan native, Michelle began professionally writing about agriculture, organic foods and farming, and later personal finance. While never sticking to one genre, today, she is a freelance lifestyle, women's health, entertainment writer, and a spoken word artist, all while keeping up with her mystery blog.

What to Know With Gout on the Rise

This former indicator of wealth has since become common in a much broader population.

By Michelle Bryan

It's Time to Purge Your Medicine Cabinet

The correct way to store medicine, how long to keep it and when to hand it over to a pharmacist.

By Michelle Bryan

Exercise, Diet and Nutrition

Add These 'Unhealthy' Foods Back to Your Diet

Don't let fad diets dictate what's healthy and what's not.

By Michelle Bryan

Pregnancy and Postpartum Life

An Underactive Thyroid Can Impact Fertility

Thyroid function is essential for getting pregnant and maintaining a healthy pregnancy.

By Michelle Bryan

Breast Cancer

Lumpectomy or Mastectomy? A Personal Choice

One woman's journey through breast cancer and lifesaving surgery.

By Michelle Bryan

Exercise, Diet and Nutrition

Is Keto Crotch Really a Thing?

The often criticized diet has some disturbing side effects for women.

By Michelle Bryan

Culture and Entertainment

Why America Should Thank Madonna and Pop Culture for Great Sex

The HIV/AIDS epidemic was poised to ruin America's sex drive. Along came the Queen of Pop.

By Michelle Bryan

Exercise, Diet and Nutrition

What I Learned About Sensuality From Taking a Pole Dancing Class

It’s not just a challenge for the body or mind but a combination of both that made me stronger.

By Michelle Bryan