Dan Hurley (born November 11, 1957) is an American health and  medical journalist and author.   He has written several books and contributed pieces to the  , New York Times  , the Wired , Washington Post Neurology Today and . The Atlantic 
Early life [ edit ]
Hurley studied at
Beloit College in Wisconsin. He went to  Western Carolina University as well.
Honours [ edit ]
Hurley received the
American Society of Journalists and Authors’ award for investigative journalism in 1995. 
Personal life [ edit ]
Hurley was diagnosed with
Type 1 diabetes at age 18. He currently resides in  New Jersey with his family.
Smarter: The New Science of Building Brain Power New York : Hudson Street Press (2013) ISBN 978-1594631276 OCLC 849719216
Diabetes Rising: How a rare disease became a modern pandemic, and what to do about it New York : Kaplan (2011) ISBN 978-1607144588 OCLC 427608826
Natural Causes: Death, Lies, and Politics in America's Herbal Supplement Industry New York : Broadway Books (2006) ISBN 978-0767920421 OCLC 70122602
The 60-Second Novelist: What 22,613 People Taught Me About Life Deerfield Beach, Fla. : Health Communications (1999) ISBN 978-1558746923 OCLC 40948515
Can You Make Yourself Smarter?: New York Times (2012)
References [ edit ]
^ "California Birth Index, 1905-1995," database, FamilySearch ( https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VL1T-5JT : 27 November 2014), Daniel J Hurley, 11 Nov 1957; citing San Diego, California, United States, Department of Health Services, Vital Statistics Department, Sacramento.
^ Henderson, Nancy Bearden. (2000-06-01). "Give Dan Hurley A Minute And He'll Write You A Novel." (pages 1 and 2). . Archived from the original (pages Chicago Tribune 1 and 2) on 2014-12-31. Retrieved 2014-12-31.
^ van Bakel, Rogier (November 1995). "Fast Fiction: Don't have time to read a book? Dan Hurley is America Online's first 60-second novelist". . Archived from Wired the original on 2014-12-31 . Retrieved . 2014-12-31
^ Campbell, Susan (1999-11-28). ". '60-second Novelist' Visits Area" . Archived from Hartford Courant the original on 2014-12-31 . Retrieved . 2014-12-31
^ Hurley, Dan (April 22, 2012). "Can You Make Yourself Smarter?". . p. 38 New York Times Magazine . Retrieved . April 13, 2016
^ "Articles by Dan Hurley". The Atlantic . Retrieved . April 13, 2016
^ a b Tenderich, Amy (September 29, 2009). "Author Dan Hurley on Diabetes, Part 1: "Try Harder" is Not Enough!". Healthline . Retrieved . April 13, 2016
^ "Author Dan Hurley biography and book list". freshfiction.com . Retrieved . 13 April 2016
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