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A newspaper journalist for 30 years, Michael knows how to give reporters and interviewers what they’re looking for. 
Contact Michael if you need a quote, or something more extensive.

Journalism About Michael

On Television

ABC News
World News Tonight"

WGBH, Boston
"Greater Boston"

WCVB, Boston
"Chronicle"

The Steve Katsos Show

In Print

Washington Post
When food becomes a consuming addiction

Boston Herald 
Food addiction support groups growing in popularity 

Hartford Courant
From fat to thin, an addict's story  

Washington Post
Nutrition and fitness resolutions for 2012

Examiner.com
Fat Boy Thin Man author reveals his food addiction and weight loss journey

On Radio

WGBH-FM, Boston
"The Emily Rooney Show" 

WNPR-FM, Hartford
"Where We Live" (with Dr. David Kessler, former FDA commissioner)

WNPR-FM, Hartford
"Where We Live" (with Ashley Gearhardt, Ph.D.)

Nationally syndicated
"Crop to Cuisine" (defunct) 

WRKO-AM, Boston
"Pundit Review"  

WBZ-AM, Boston
"The Jordan Rich Show"  

KPNC-FM, Oklahoma
"The Sean Anderson Show" 

WIP-AM, Philadelphia

WLW-AM, Cincinnati
"Eddie & Tracy Show"

WTKK-FM, Boston
"Right Turn Radio"

WILS-AM, Lansing, Mich.
"MIchael Cohen Show"

On the Web

NPR's The Salt blog

"Livin La Vida Low Carb"

"Susan Rich Talks"

"Attitude Shift"

Journalism By Michael

About Wellness and Personal Sustainability

Corporate Wellness Magazine

E, the Environmental Magazine

GreenSource magazine

Boston Globe

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Social Earth

About Food Addiction
and the Food Environment

 

Psychology Today
Is food addiction real or bogus?

Boston Globe
The truth about being fat

Houston Chronicle
Industry has role to play in curbing addiction to food  

Bakersfield Californian
Twinkies or tofu? Food industry knows the truth  

Buffalo News
Marketers share responsibility for obesity crisis