Miranda Manier

Miranda Manier

Miranda Manier


Miranda is the Associate Editor for TheHealthy.com and The Healthy section of Reader's Digest magazine, and has two years of experience covering the latest in health, wellness, fitness and nutrition, and interviewing leaders in culture and sports about their healthy lifestyle habits. 


Previously, Miranda was a producer at WNIT, the PBS affiliate in South Bend, Indiana; and the producer in residence for Minneapolis TV news KARE 11, where she won an Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Award for producing gavel-to-gavel coverage of the Derek Chauvin trial. Miranda also interned at Chicago’s PBS station, WTTW, and worked as the managing editor at the Columbia Chronicle at Columbia College. 


Walking for This Long Each Day May “Significantly” Reduce Osteoporosis Risk, Says New Study

For three years scientists followed walkers and non-walkers and found osteoporosis risk drop by half for a specific group.

New Data: This Shocking Age Group Currently Has the Highest Increased Risk for Colon Cancer

It's been known that affected age groups have gradually gotten younger. Now a recent analysis suggests a troubling trend among kids.

I Tried Hypnotherapy for Anxiety—Here’s What Happened

A health editor describes her experience with hypnotherapy, with insights from a clinical expert on the science behind this unusual but effective treatment.