PaulaPaula Ford-Martin is a seasoned health and general interest writer with over 25 years of experience writing and editing for consumer, investor, and healthcare provider audiences. She is the author of more than a dozen consumer health books, including the best selling "Everything Pregnancy Book" (Adams Media).

From 2004–2012, Paula served as Chief Content Officer of dLife, the number one online independent diabetes resource. She led content development of a 50,000+ page website from launch, along with print, radio, and television editorial products. Paula's work as a Senior Story Editor and Executive Producer on CNBC's dLifeTV (2005-2012) garnered her 26 Telly Awards.
 
It's not all media and medicine, however. Paula's parenting humor anthology "The Kid Turned Out Fine" (Adams Media) was released in 2006.
 
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Since 1997, Wordcrafts has been helping people achieve their consumer, investor, employee, and business-to-business communication goals. Our services include:

  • Consumer health education, with specialties in pregnancy, diabetes, end-stage renal disease, and mental health.
  • Monographs and white papers for professional and business-to-business audiences.
  • Non-fiction trade and consumer health manuscript editing from a seasoned published author and editor.
  • User-friendly, search engine optimized online content creation.
  • Video scripting and consultation from a Telly-award winner and Emmy-nominated senior story editor and producer.

And much more...
 
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