Richard Selzer, Who Fictionalized Medicine’s Absurdity and Gore, Dies at 87  (New York Times, June 15, 2016)

Howard W. Jones Jr., a Pioneer of Reproductive Medicine, Dies at 104 (New York Times, July 31, 2015, Page A1)

The Inimitable Dr. Peggy Bia  (Fordham, Magazine, November 2014)

The Lore of Birth (New York Times, Sunday Review, February 16, 2014)

Mammogram Wars (Daily Beast, February 13, 2014)

IVF for Just 300$ Could be a Reality Soon (Daily Beast, August 31, 2013)

You Don’t Actually Have Cancer (Daily Beast, July 31st, 2013)

Your Fetus is an Alien (, July 26, 2012)

The Fertility Paradox (, June 13, 2012)

The Scent of a Woman: Don’t trust the hype about pheromones and sexual attraction (, August 18, 2011)

Care 2 Blog: Q & A with Randi Hutter Epstein, Get Me Out: A History of Childbirth” & Book Giveaway

Cameras in the Delivery Room?: Should hospitals bar the taking of photos and videos during childbirth?
Randi’s Comment: A Ban Is Not a Solution (New York Times, February 3, 2011)

Fetal ultrasound and Our Image Oriented Society—Guest Blog (

The Bare Necessities—Guest Blog (The Book Lady’s Blog)

How the Doctor Almost Killed Her Dog (New York Times, January 20, 2011)

The S-Question (San Francisco Book Review, January 18, 2011)

Book Club: Isn’t that an Oxymoron? (Book Browse, January 17, 2011)

A Writer Traces Illnesses Back to the Womb (New York Times, December 27, 2010)

Interview: Randi Hutter Epstein & Ellie and Dexter (Coffe with a Canine Blog, September 27, 2010)

Inside Neurosurgery’s Rise (New York Times, August 23, 2010)

Child survivors of the AIDS crisis in Africa (Global Post, July 29, 2010)

Analysis: Hope for Mothers Around the World (Global Post, May 8, 2010)

Raiding the Refrigerator, but Still Asleep (New York Times April 2010)

Pioneer Reflects on Future of Reproductive Medicine (New York Times, March 22, 2010)

Guest Blog: Hanna Rosin’s XX Factor Blog: Is It Cost-Effective for Insurers to Cover IVF?

What is Randi Hutter Epstein Reading (Campaign for the American Reader)

Opinion: It Can Be Hard to Keep Track of Your Eggs (Global Post)

The Cow Dung Fertility Cure—and other odd adventures in baby-making (Wonders and Marvels)

Hormone Therapy and Breast Cancer (More Magazine April, 2009)

Swine Flu Decision Making (Globalpost, June 2009)

Hormone Therapy and Breast Cancer , (More Magazine, October 2006)

It’s Time for an Honest Use of Pesticides (Global Post Opinion)

When Running is R Rated (NYTimes Sept. 24, 2009)

How Diplomacy in Handling Death Can Save Lives (NYTimes, August 19, 2003)

House Calls: How Physicians Health Themselves  (NYTimes, June 4, 2002)

For Muscle Injuries, Many Treatments but Little Evidence (NYTimes, Feb 12, 2002)

Essay: Questioning the Deadline for Breastfeeding (NYTimes, Sept 21, 1999)

Cases: So Lucky to Have Given Birth in England (NYTimes Dec. 4, 2001)

Major Medical Mystery: Why People Avoid Doctors (NYTimes, Oct. 31, 2000)

Infertility. Excess Hair. Unexplained Weight Gain.; Doctors are linking these symptoms to a hormonal imbalance that has severe lifelong consequences. New treatments may provide some relief (Washington Post, January 18, 2000)

The Novice: Hardly out of Diapers and Now Into Yoga (NYTimes, June 15, 1999)

Is There a Backlash Against Healthy Living?  (Washington Post, January 7, 1997)

Times Essentials: Reporter’s File When Eating Disorders Strike in Midlife
New York Times, July, 13, 2009

Major Medical Mystery: Why People Avoid Doctors (New York Times Oct 31, 2000,p F)