Lindsay Curtis

Lindsay Curtis

Lindsay Curtis is a freelance health & medical writer based in South Florida. She has a B.A. in Communications & Media. Prior to becoming a freelance health writer, Lindsay worked as a communications professional for health nonprofits and the University of Toronto’s Faculty of Medicine and Faculty of Nursing. 

Lindsay developed a love of writing at the age of 7 and has been deeply interested in all things health and medical-related for as long as she can remember.  She has written hundreds of articles on a variety of health and medical topics, including arthritis, cancer, mental health, substance use disorders, nutrition, LGBTQ+ health, adolescent health, and pregnancy. Lindsay prides herself on her ability to take complex medical information and turn it into engaging, accessible health content for the general public. 

In addition to writing, Lindsay is a certified end-of-life doula and reiki practitioner. In her spare time, she enjoys kayaking, beach walks with her dogs, gardening, playing softball with her daughter, and honing her skills on the pickleball court. Lindsay also loves reading, anything from historical fiction to dystopian sci-fi and memoirs.

Learn more about Lindsay's writing on her website, Curtis Communications or connect with her on Twitter

Most Recent Contributions by Lindsay Curtis

How Long Does It Take to Get in Shape?

Whether it's been a while since you worked out or this is the first time you've considered improving your physical fitness, choosing to get ... Read More

How Many Pushups Should You Do Daily?

A push-up is a classic exercise that targets the chest, triceps, abdominal, and shoulder muscles. Push-ups are a fast and effective way to b ... Read More

Walking vs. Swimming for Exercise: Benefits of Each Explained

Walking and swimming are both popular forms of exercise that offer a variety of health benefits. Both activities are easy to do, require min ... Read More

What Does It Mean When Old Mosquito Bites Still Itch?

When a mosquito bites, it pierces the skin using its proboscis - six thin, needle-like mouthparts - which make it easy for the insect to suc ... Read More

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