Zara Abrams


LA-based science & health writer

I'm a professional science writer with a master's degree in science & narrative journalism from USC. I've also studied neuroscience and have a scientific research background.

I have several years of experience in university communications and as a freelance writer. I also have a strong background in nutrition and fitness after managing a chain of boutique fitness facilities for 4 years.
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Article, Blog Post, Interview, Press Release
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Los Angeles, CA, USA|English

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Kids are working out at boutique gyms like CrossFit and SoulCycle. Is that a good idea?

Boutique fitness studios are outcompeting large, multipurpose health clubs, thanks largely to their most devoted customers: Millennials, according to a 2017 report from the International Health, Racquet & Sportsclub Association (IHRSA). And as fitness lovers start having children, many studios are now offering group classes for kids.

July, 18 2018
Sexual harassment on campus

Advice and resources for psychology students on how best to prevent and respond to misconduct by faculty and others

May, 1 2018
When therapists face discrimination

Advice for psychologists who encounter racism, ageism and other forms of intolerance in the therapy room

April, 1 2018
Salton Sea communities "no longer a good place to live" for those with respiratory issues
October, 25 2017
From Soldier to Philanthropist with a Single Pill
October, 19 2017
New job, heady assignment: Trojan volunteers to have her brain examined
August, 15 2017
Climate Characters: Evangelical communicates science without evangelizing.
June, 9 2017
IsraAID—and Jewish values—on the ground in global refugee crisis
July, 7 2017
Is Physical Fitness Contagious?
April, 21 2017
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