Sally Jones

Sally holds a bachelor’s degree in English and a minor in anthropology from James Madison University. She went on to pursue a master’s in journalism at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. An international traveler since she was under 10 years old, Sally loves exploring the world’s mysteries first-hand. Her favorite destinations? Greece, the British Virgin Islands and NYC.

She also spent much of her career in health sciences communications and has enjoyed working with and learning from some of the world’s leading academic scientists in genetics, global health, addiction research and other fields.

Best Gut Microbiome Testing Companies: Viome vs Ubiome vs Thryve vs American Gut & More

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What’s in your gut? Scientific advances in the last decade show that a diverse host of microorganisms that live in our digestive systems serve both good and bad roles in our overall health. If you suffer from chronic stomach problems, are curious about your gut makeup or want to contribute to ongoing DNA research to learn more about your gut microbiome, read on…

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Vitagene Reviews: Can Your DNA Really Provide Health Insights?

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Step aside personal trainers; science is in the house. Vitagene’s DNA test promises to give you a more personalized approach to fitness and diet — all based on your genetics. What can you learn from this test, and can your results really help you boost your well-being? We tested it out to see if the health insights lived up to the expectation…

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Best Swing Sets For Every Budget: Our Top 10 Picks

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Have a dire need to get your kids out of the house to play outside? You’re not alone, especially when you have a posse of neighborhood kids over. A backyard play or swing set can save your sanity. It’s a must-have, for sure. We review the best sets by price point, with pros, cons, features, and more…

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