Topic: Cynthia Craft
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Cynthia H. Craft, senior writer, public health
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.

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Cynthia Craft on twitter
See this: NYTimes correction dated Nov. 23, 2014 corrects a correction about which way the wind blows. No kidding. http://t.co/8Is7O6GNQ0

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Here's how a UC Davis Alzheimer's doc describes the disease: "It's winter in the brain." Great read by @anitacreamer http://t.co/rZ4YJEm7cX

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Land Park catches up with Oak Park, lands a new farmers' market, creates a buzz. http://t.co/3NJvW7WFDh

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Thanks re retweet, Jeff: hope I'm so mentally spry at 92

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Journalism brethren: Let's all hope for such finger-snapping feedback as this writ by a NYT's reader, age 92, on milk http://t.co/NnoYVYC3eA

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Sitting is out; walking is in. Prevent atrophy of the brain and be more productive after a 10-15 minute brisk walk. http://t.co/7rupGeOgpz

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Priorities
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.