Emily DiNuzzo

Emily DiNuzzo is an associate editor at The Healthy and a former assistant staff writer at Reader's Digest. Her work has appeared online at the Food Network and Well + Good and in print at Westchester Magazine, and more. When she's not writing about food and health with a cuppa by her side, you can find her lifting heavy things at the gym, listening to murder mystery podcasts, and liking one too many astrology memes.
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The Only Ways You Should Be Using an Apostrophe

An apostrophe is not an accessory. Here are examples of how and when to use an apostrophe—and when you definitely shouldn't.