Corinne O’Keefe Osborn

Freelance Health Journalist

Expertise

Substance Abuse and Recovery

Education

American University, Boston University

Highlights

Experience

Corinne O'Keefe Osborn has spent several years researching and writing about a variety of health and wellness topics. She is a frequent contributor to blogs such as Project Know, rehabs.com, and heroin.net, where she writes about drug and alcohol abuse and addiction treatment.

Corinne is also a regular contributor to Healthline, where she writes about women's health, sexual health, and chronic illness.

Education

Corinne got her B.A. in gender and sexuality studies from American University in Washington, D.C. For her Master's, Corinne attended Boston University's Graduate School of Communications. She is currently taking graduate level courses in psychology at Harvard University.

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