Gayle Williams, deputy editor, Consumer Reports Health.
Consumer Reports Health: Top Sunscreens For Your Summer
Looking for the best sunscreen? Those that guard against ultraviolet A and ultraviolet B radiation can help shield you from sunburn, wrinkles, and certain skin cancers. But choose well: Consumer Reports Health tests of 12 sunscreens found four sprays (available to subscribers), including one CR Best Buy, that protected a shade better than the rest.
Gayle Williams, deputy editor, Consumer Reports Health, comes on the show to share the exciting news about the top performing sunscreens!
Gayle Williams is deputy health and family editor of Consumer Reports and ConsumerReportsHealth.org. She is responsible for editing stories in the fitness, food, wellness products, and family areas. Ms. Williams previously served as assistant managing editor at The Journal News in Westchester County, N.Y., where she lead reporters and editors who covered health, food, home, garden, celebrity news, and antiques. She was the founding editor of the newspaper’s Mind & Body health section and the Home & Design magazine. Earlier, she covered education, criminal justice, local government, wrote editorials and was an ombudsman at The Journal News. While at The Journal News, Ms. Williams also served as a mentor to nearly 20 young reporters, for which she won a commendation from Gannett Corporation. In addition, she served as president of communications for the United Way of Westchester and Putnam, and was a reporter for the Worcester (Mass.) Telegram & Gazette, the New Haven (Conn.) Register, and Newsday. Ms. Williams, a Bronx native, is a graduate of Fordham University and Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. She lives in Greenburgh, N.Y. with her husband and two sons. A PTA officer, she loves to read, walk, bake, listen to an eclectic mix of music, and cheer for her sons at basketball and baseball games.
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