Welcome to CitizensReport.org, the online news source for informed Citizens. The rapidly developing worlds of technology and medicine present a challenge to responsible consumers who wish to stay current. CitizensReport.org is dedicated to providing you breaking news, information and a voice in one comprehensive virtual forum.
Citizens Report has a history of providing valuable information regarding consumer rights as a print publication. We began with a mission to inform our community of mass recalls and current affairs in medicine and science. The Internet has allowed us to further materialize our vision and expand our reach while providing a vehicle for an open dialogue of stories and experiences. Citizens Report gives consumers the tools to be informed and recognize their rights by providing reliable resources for those seeking recourse.
What we do:
- Provide essential information on medical developments, financial news, and consumer rights
- Provide quick links to reliable resources such as the FDA and the Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Share recent breakthroughs in science and medicine
What you can do:
- Share experiences with other Citizens in our Community Forum
- Speak out and notify Citizens Report of a new recall or warning
- Watch videos on current events in business, health, and the environment.
- Listen to podcasts of our featured speakers, professionals in the fields of law, science and medicine.
We strongly encourage you to be informed and get involved at Citizens Report. Our goal is to be the online resource for concerned parents, inquisitive consumers, injured employeesâ€¦our community. We welcome your questions, opinions and feedback regarding the site.
Kristina CaÃ±izares is a writer with a degree in development economics from the University of California at Berkeley. She worked for the Institute for Food and Development Policy educating high school students about nutrition and fitness, promoting ecologically friendly urban gardens, and researching the health impacts of chemicals in our food and household. Her articles have been published in the Journal of Agronomy and the Routledge Encyclopedia of Women, and she was an editor for AlterNet Magazine.
Annette Hulbert is a San Francisco-based freelance writer who specializes in health and medicine topics. Some of her writings have covered environmental events, nutrition for runners and healthy living practices. She worked for Compliance Media, a company that trains medical product manufacturers in compliance. Most recently, she developed a marketing campaign for a historical documentary on the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Asiana is a Hawaii-born transplant who works as a freelance journalist in San Francisco. She currently is the SF Inexspensive Fashion Examiner for Examiner.com. Most recently, Asiana was an assistant editor and producer for Soma Girls, an Online video production company that provided women with the latest scoops and trends on topics varying from health to travel. Besides writing for both print and Online, Asiana is the occasional podcast host. She was a co-host of Girls Gone Geek, a weekly podcast that provided tech new and topics for women. On her free time, Asiana likes singing Karaoke and cooking.