Author: Sabina Borza

Sabina Borza is a lover of life, culture, and science. After flirting with medicine, veterinary medicine, and primatology, she realized she was better suited to dabble in many fields as a writer rather than devote herself to one academic pursuit. She holds a biology degree from Clark University, but will probably return to school every couple of years for the rest of her life.

Where the Elephants Used to Roam

Where the Elephants Used to Roam

The struggle to repair lost connections between wildlife and humans in Zambia’s Luangwa Valley.

By Sabina Borza | Posted January 26, 2007

America’s Next Wine Country

America’s Next Wine Country

Global Warming may shift wine production to the East Coast.

By Sabina Borza | Posted October 2, 2006

Why do I sometimes hear ringing in my ears, especially when I drink alcohol?

Why do I sometimes hear ringing in my ears, especially when I drink alcohol?

—asks Anonymous from New York, NY.

By Sabina Borza | Posted August 28, 2006

Tanners Anonymous

Tanners Anonymous

Some people might be addicted to UV light.

By Sabina Borza | Posted July 26, 2006

The Case of the Bubble Boy

The Case of the Bubble Boy

Maybe doctors and parents don’t always have our best interests in mind

By Sabina Borza | Posted July 23, 2006