Sarah Bradley

Sarah Bradley
Title: Freelance Writer
Education: Southern Connecticut State University
Location: East Haven, Connecticut
Expertise: Mental Health, Parenting, Migraines, Pregnancy, Newborns

Sarah Bradley has been a freelance writer health and parenting writer for six years. She has experience reporting on a myriad of health conditions, as well as identifying the best products for consumers to buy when shopping for an item to fit their health needs.

  • Sarah earned her bachelor's degree in English from Southern Connecticut State University.
  • She worked administrative and communication roles at Boston Children's Hospital.
  • Sarah's personal essays and reported feature stories have appeared in O, the Oprah Magazine, On Parenting from The Washington Post, and Real Simple.


In 2017, combining her education in literature and writing with her passion for children's health, Sarah Bradley began using her experience raising and homeschooling three young boys to create relatable, informative, and research-driven content for parents.

Soon after, she translated these skills to a broader audience, writing about health conditions like arthritis and migraine, pregnancy and the postpartum period, the ins and outs of diet trends, mental health treatment options, and causes of infertility.

More recently, she transferred her depth of health knowledge to commerce articles, committing herself to finding the best products available for various health conditions so consumers can shop smarter.


Sarah got her bachelor's degree in English Language and Literature from Southern Connecticut State University.

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