|Born||Benedict James Carey
3 March 1960 (age 53)
San Francisco, California, USA
|Notable credit(s)||Los Angeles Times
New York Times
|Spouse(s)||Victoria von Biel|
He was born on 3 March 1960 in San Francsico, and graduated from the University of Colorado with a degree in mathematics in 1983. In 1985 he enrolled in a one-year journalism program at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois and in 1987 joined the staff of San Francisco-based medical science magazine Hippocrates.
From 1997 he worked as a freelance journalist in Los Angeles, before securing a position as the health and fitness writer for The Los Angeles Times. A 2002 article on the health effects of drinking eight glasses of water a day won a University of Missouri Lifestyle Award.
Since 2004 Carey has worked as a science and medical writer for The New York Times.
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He is the author of two science adventures for middle-schoolers, one called "Island of the Unknowns," and the other called "Poison Most Vial" . He has also written a forthcoming book about learning science titled "How We Learn: The Surprising Truth about Where When and Why it Happens."
- Leibach, Julie (2007). "Backgrounder:Benedict Carey.". Bullpen, NYU Department of Journalism. Retrieved 2007-10-04.
- Recent and archived news articles by Benedict Carey of The New York Times.
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