Over the course of her career, Jane has written about numerous common health problems, including celiac disease as well as diabetes, cardiovascular disease and asthma, for a wide variety of publications. She also covers the business and politics of health care.
Since going gluten-free in 2003, Jane has developed extensive expertise in food industry practices that can introduce gluten cross-contamination into otherwise "naturally gluten-free" foods, and she uses this expertise to help readers stay healthy. She also follows research in the fast-evolving field of gluten-related conditions, and makes sure her readers stay on top of important developments.
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Jane graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a minor in journalism from the State University of New York at Albany.
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