Cynthia Craft writes about public health, community health and related topics
for The Sacramento Bee. Formerly, she was a Bee assistant city editor
for science and medicine. She also worked as an editor and blogger in
the mental health and health care reform fields. Craft is also a past
editor of the California Journal and shared in two team-reporting
Pulitzer Prizes for the Los Angeles Times. As a visiting journalism
university professor in Lima, Peru, she fell in love with the legends
of Machu Picchu.
Jordana Steinberg: A story of overcoming
September 02, 2014
It was about noon on a weekday, and Jordana Steinberg, 20, sat at a round-topped kitchen table in her Rocklin apartment, her therapist by her side. A faint aroma...
As health care reforms move forward, our entire health-systems model
will shift toward prevention. I'm interested in chronicling that shift
and helping readers follow developments that, ultimately, may help us
all lead healthier lives.