Andrea
Collier


Andrea has worked for over 20 years reporting on issues such as reducing health disparities, infant mortality, prevention of chronic disease, end-of-life care, childhood obesity, men’s health, women’s health and HIV/AIDS. Her writing on heath has appeared in O, The Oprah Magazine, Essence, More, Heart & Soul, the Washington Post, the Lansing State Journal, Huffington Post, Salon.com, NBC BLK, The Root, The Griot, Yahoo and others. She is the author of two health-related books: Still With Me…A Daughter’s Journey of Love and Loss and The Black Woman’s Guide to Black Men’s Health. Twitter: @andreacollier.  

Articles by Andrea

Trolls Under the Online Bridge: What Students Need to Know

During a period of ramped-up online trolling, educators can help their students understand what trolling really is, its impact and how to protect their identities on the internet.
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