Author Archives: 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.

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