Danielle Ramos-Sullivan

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New York City
St. Francis College
Women's Health And Fertility, Curly And Wavy Hair Care, Self-improvement
  • Danielle's column, "Healthy Living," won Best Column by the Parenting Media Association several times and she has received Silver and Gold awards from the PMA's for over 10 years in a row.
  • Her article "POTS: The Teen Disease You've Probably Never Heard Of" went viral within 24 hours of being posted on New York Family.
  • The daughter of a high-risk pregnancy nurse/ultrasound specialist and a general surgeon, she has been curious and learning about health and medicine her entire life.


Danielle began her career in the parenting magazine sector as an editorial assistant at Big Apple Parent and steadily moved up the editorial ladder at various NYC-based magazines, eventually becoming Managing Editor at NYMetroParents. Specializing in women's health and wellness, she has written on various health topics and conditions. Danielle's goal when writing and researching health topics is to educate and inform because she attests that knowledge most certainly does bring power. Danielle has been a health columnist for New York Parenting and a writer for SurvivorNet and Disney's Babble. She also worked as Contributing Editor for New York Family Magazine and was a columnist for Midwifery Today, Mommy Poppins, Brooklyn Paper, and Charlottesville Family.


Danielle has a Bachelor of Arts degree in English from St. Francis College in Brooklyn Heights.
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