Water quality standards named as having potential adverse environmental effect
Kathy Holliman, MEd, has been a medical writer and editor since 1997. She has worked on several publications focused on infectious diseases, cardiology, endocrinology, oncology/hematology, orthopedics, psychiatry, and pediatrics. Since becoming a freelance writer and editor in 2006, she has contributed to several healthcare publications in the fields of rheumatology, food quality and safety, internal medicine, and other medical association publications and medical education courses. Kathy has attended well over 100 medical meetings in the U.S. and Europe, and she continues to work as a writer and editor for onsite publications at several of those meetings. Reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Articles by Kathy Holliman
Study on the West Coast finds E. coli, Salmonella in parsley, cilantro, basil
Presidential Task Force recommendations focus on ways to combat illegal, unregulated fishing
The FDA’s growing focus on preventing food-borne illness rather than just responding after an outbreak has occurred is prompting big demand and growth in the diagnostic testing market