If you're a journalist covering medicine and science, writing for The New York Times could be considered the pinnacle of professional success. But to write on personal health at the paper for over 50 years is an unparalleled achievement.
This week, “Take Care” talks with a columnist for The New York Times of 50 years, Jane Brody, on how she became a widely published and known author on health and science topics. Her column on personal health is published in The New York Times every Tuesday, and also in many other newspapers across the country. She is also the author of over a dozen books, including “Jane Brody’s Nutrition Book” and “Jane Brody’s Good Food Book.”