Ceri Perkins

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Ceri Perkins is a science writer and editor whose work has appeared in BBC Earth, the Guardian, New Scientist, Cosmos, Discover, How It Works, Physics World and The Daily Telegraph. She was previously the Science Media Manager at CERN, home of the Large Hadron Collider.

The Latest from Ceri Perkins

8 Reasons glucose is worth measuring

Glucose is only one piece of the metabolic health puzzle, but it’s an important one. Here’s why we believe in glucose monitoring for more people.

Ceri Perkins

14 min read

Why glucose isn’t enough for good health

Glucose is an easy-to-measure marker of metabolic health, but stable blood sugar alone doesn’t make you healthy. Here's why we have to get beyond glucose.

Ceri Perkins

16 min read