Marley Hall

Ashley Hall
Title: Fact Checker
Education: Clemson University
Expertise: Clinical research, Surgery, Public health
  • Fact-checker specializing in medical and health information
  • Has more than seven years of journalism experience across health, education, and business verticals
  • Published in medical journals, university-wide materials, blogs, and poetry journals


Marley Hall is a writer and fact-checker specializing in medical and health information. She uses her experience in medical research to ensure content is accurate across multiple Dotdash Meredith brands.

Marley began her career in communications as a writer and later as a communications coordinator for Clemson University. She is also trained in the field of technical writing. Marley worked as a medical writer for a large teaching hospital and medical university, Prisma Health, and has been published in multiple medical journals in the field of surgery, including Hernia.


Marley received a bachelor's degree in english from Clemson University. She also earned a graduate certificate in clinical and translational research from Clemson University.

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Latest from Marley Hall
SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA - MARCH 29: A fan is swabbed at the COVID-19 testing site prior to opening night of the Tomlin UNITED Tour on March 29, 2022 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Daniel Knighton/Getty Images)
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A Diet High in Carotenoids May Help Keep Women Healthy Later in Life
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Flash Flooding Is Becoming More Common—Here's How To Prepare and Stay Safe
U.S. Declares Monkeypox a Public Health Emergency—Here's What That Means
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Can Monkeypox Spread via Contaminated Surfaces? Here's What To Know
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Is Vitamin D Overrated? Another Study Casts Doubt on Benefits
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Monkeypox Is Not an STI, Despite Association Between Sexual Contact and Transmission
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In a Post-Roe World, Interest in Sterilization Spikes
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Your Next COVID Vaccination Could Be a Nasal Spray: Here's Why
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Monkeypox in Children: What Parents Need To Know About the Risks
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Long COVID Symptoms May Include Hair Loss and Sexual Dysfunction, Study Shows
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What Is Melioidosis? CDC Says Bacteria That Causes Rare Disease Is Now Endemic Along Gulf Coast
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Study: Women With Endometriosis May Have Higher Risk of Stroke
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Misinformation Is Spreading Online About Abortion PIll 'Reversal'—But Experts Say It's Unproven and Dangerous
Woman Holding a Covid-19 Rapid Test At Home
Why Even a Faint Line on Your Rapid Test Still Means You're COVID-Positive
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Is Napping Bad For You? New Study Links Frequent Naps to Higher Risk of Stroke, High Blood Pressure