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Soriyya Bawa, B.A.
Soriyya Bawa is a writer and editor specializing in health and wellness strategies, focusing specifically on providing natural, realistic anti-aging strategies that are proven to work for everyday men and women.

Soriyya brings a wealth of both academic and practical experience to Doctors Health Press, having spent several years writing health, lifestyle, and beauty features for several national magazines and various different web sites. Her intuitive approach to health, beauty, and wellness means she is always on the lookout for the best products, treatments, trends, and news that maximize health and slow the effects of aging.

With her vivacious spirit, Soriyya loves interacting with people, encouraging them to feel confident in the way they look. Whether it’s through lifestyle or beauty changes, her goal has always been to help people realize their true potential.

Brian Cuban Raises Awareness About Eating Disorders
Brian Cuban, a lawyer, author and activist, as well as an authority on male eating disorders, took to Twitter this past weekend to raise awareness for Eating Disorder Awareness Week. Cuban himself suffered from an eating disorder and body dysmorphic ... Read More
Lupus Diet Plan: How Selena Gomez Remains Healthy and Strong
Last October, pop sensation Selena Gomez revealed she’d been diagnosed with lupus, requiring her to make some changes to her diet. Lupus, a chronic condition that impacts the immune system, is best managed through dietary and lifestyle measures tha... Read More
Argan Oil Benefits for Skin Revealed by Catherine Zeta-Jones
When asked about how she’s been able to keep her skin so radiant and young, Catherine Zeta-Jones praises the benefits of Moroccan argan oil. She says with all the time she spends on planes and in dry hotel rooms, she needs something to hydrate and ... Read More
Sexually Active Women Not on Birth Control Shouldn’t Drink Alcohol, Says CDC
Women who are sexually active and not taking birth control should not drink alcohol, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The CDC recommendation, which has prompted some backlash on social media, came with the release of... Read More
Parkinson’s Symptoms Have Not Reduced Billy Connolly’s Sense of Humor
Legendary comedian Billy Connolly seems to laugh in the face of his Parkinson’s symptoms. In 2013, the 73-year-old comedian and actor was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and prostate cancer in the same week. On top of that he was also fitted f... Read More
Morgan Freeman and Many Other Celebrities Suffer from Fibromyalgia
What Is Fibromyalgia? Fibromyalgia, a chronic pain disorder, affects five percent of the population, but celebrities who live with fibromyalgia, like Morgan Freeman, prove you can manage the symptoms and lead healthy, productive lives. Fibromyalgia i... Read More
U.S. Not Ready for Major Disease Outbreaks, Study Suggests
A new report suggests that as many as half of all U.S. states are not properly prepared to respond to a disease outbreak. With new threats, such as antibiotic resistant superbugs and Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS), researchers have found tha... Read More
Antibiotics Effective For Appendicitis
Surgical removal has long been the gold standard treatment for an inflamed and infected appendix, but new research suggests it may not be the only effective option. Dr. Peter Minneci and Dr. Katherine Deans from the Center for Surgical Outcomes Resea... Read More
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