Kaitlin Sullivan

Kaitlin Sullivan is an award-winning freelance health, science, and environment reporter based in Minneapolis. She holds a master's degree from the Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY and has covered issues in New York, Colorado, Minnesota, Mexico, and Panama. When she's not reporting, she's probably hiking, gardening, reading cookbooks, eating popcorn, or reading white papers on water scarcity.

Mind and Body
Keto diet: Study finds 2 nutrients may influence cancer growth
Kaitlin Sullivan
A new study on mice reveals an intriguing link between caloric restriction and cancer.
Gut check
Scientists identify a complex link between gut bacteria and prostate cancer
Kaitlin Sullivan
A widely used treatment for advanced prostate cancer can be thwarted by gut microbiota.
Tick tock
What is the maximum age for a human? Scientists make a striking claim
Kaitlin Sullivan
Here's why more people will live beyond 100 in the future.
Optimize
5 types of food that can optimize health and reduce stress
Kaitlin Sullivan
You can actually hack your eating habits to reduce stress by focusing on these five key food groups. Here's how.
Optimize
How to sleep better: 5 hacks for more rest and less stress
Kaitlin Sullivan
There are actionable steps you can take to protect sleep. Here, experts explain the science of sleep to Inverse — and offer five ways you can easily make sleep a better experience.
Optimize
One ancient mindfulness hack can reduce stress in seconds
Kaitlin Sullivan
If you're stressed about summer ending, taking a few deep breaths could be the answer.
Family tree
Ancient bacteria reveals the critical food early humans ate
Kaitlin Sullivan
Mineralized dental plaque preserved ancient microbial information.
Fish food
The best healthy seafood diet depends on one critical factor
Kaitlin Sullivan
It’s time to diversify what you eat, and what's in the water.
Mind on my money
Brain scans reveal the mind can predict stock price changes
Kaitlin Sullivan
Your brain already knows what the stock market will do.
Mind and Body
Can you inherit poor mental health? Sperm may hold the answer
Kaitlin Sullivan
Research on mice suggests changes to molecules in sperm influence mental health.