Alizah Salario reports on the mysterious ways transplants transform some people.
Alizah Salario is a freelance journalist based in New York. Her work has appeared in Women's eNews, Ms. Magazine, The Huffington Post, at the Poetry Foundation and elsewhere.
Psychiatric disorders in children is a national problem, but lack of awareness prevents proper treatment.
Arnold and Maria’s kids are tweeting about the affair, but will they be forever altered by it? Alizah Salario on the long-term effects children suffer when a parent cheats.
They sell cookies, they earn merit badges, they—promote abortion? Alizah Salario on how two teens from Texas are accusing the Girl Scouts of creating boot-stomping, sexualized radicals.
Study after study promotes alcohol as good for you, but are the benefits overblown? Alizah Salario on how our eagerness to believe an appealing claim left us drunk on wishful thinking.
Those most affected by the nuclear crisis could be the next generation of Japanese. Alizah Salario on what radiation does to a fetus—and why cultural stigma could make things even worse.
A new study suggests that more adolescent girls are getting drastic weight-loss surgery so they can look skinnier. Alizah Salario on the procedure that has some doctors nervous.