7505 Warwick Blvd
Newport News, VA
Prue Salasky
Reporter, Sr
My Role

Daily Press health reporter covering health news and features in Hampton Roads and beyond. Health is a top priority in everyone's daily life. We report on all aspects, from healthy lifestyles, diet, fitness and nutrition to the health-care debate, insurance issues and the business of health. We connect with readers through blogs, web chats and social media.
My Biography

Over the years I have worked as a reporter, editor, writer, columnist, radio host, blogger and teacher.
My Interests

Health, food, religion,art, social justice, family, politics, reading, fitness and travel.
My Recent Articles

Free durable medical equipment and assistive technology for those who qualify 8/4/2015
For those who meet financial and medical eligibility requirements, two programs can provide free equipment to those in need.

First 3-D printed prescription pill approved by FDA for 2016 8/4/2015
The AP has reported that The Food and Drug Administration has approved the first prescription drug made through 3-D printing, a dissolvable tablet that treats seizures.

UVA researchers want NCAA to modify football practices on concussion concerns 8/4/2015
UVA researchers are collecting data to support the argument for more restrictions on football practices to protect players from concussions.

Cardiology program at Sentara Norfolk General moves up rankings 8/3/2015
For the 15th consecutive year, the Cardiology and Heart Surgery program at Sentara Norfolk General is ranked among the nation's top 50 in the country by U.S. News & World Report. In 2014, Sentara Heart Hospital performed almost 1,600 open heart procedures, more than 1,400 interventions for stents...

'The Denbigh Dash' will help those with traumatic brain injury 8/3/2015
The Denbigh House is a Newport News Clubhouse serving survivors of brain injury. The 24-hour Denbigh Dash on Sat. Sept. 12/Sun. Sept. 13 will benefit their programs.