Cherella Cox

Cox has more than 25 years experience as an editor at various financial and consumer publishing houses including McGraw Hill and Essence Magazine.

Cox obtained a master's degree in Publishing from New York University, where she earned a bachelor of fine arts degree. She is currently earning a second masters degree at CUNY online in Psychology.

Send your emails to cherella.cox@thestreet.com.

Recent Articles By The Author

Millennial, Never Lose Sight of Who You Are: Ashley Fox, Financial Educator

Millennial, Never Lose Sight of Who You Are: Ashley Fox, Financial Educator

Ashley M. Fox knows how it feels to have financial freedom, lose it, then regain it and more. Here's another segment of a candid conversation she had at TheStreet.

A Young Wealth Builder Falls and Recoups it All Like a Queen

A Young Wealth Builder Falls and Recoups it All Like a Queen

Financial adviser Ashley M. Fox, founder of EMPIFY, teaches grade-school students how to build wealth and how not to make the same spending mistakes she once made.

Dengue Fever Vaccine Suspension Criticized by Drugmaker Sanofi

Dengue Fever Vaccine Suspension Criticized by Drugmaker Sanofi

French drug-maker Sanofi contends its Dengue vaccine is good for the country. After 730,000 children were vaccinated, the Philippine government stopped the program on data the drug-maker released that it could be harmful to some.

Can Canola Oil Give You Alzheimer's Disease?

Can Canola Oil Give You Alzheimer's Disease?

New studies link side effects of using canola oil to a build-up of plaque-causing memory loss. Olive oil had the opposite effect.

Volkswagen Exec Gets 7 Years in Jail for Diesel Scandal

Volkswagen Exec Gets 7 Years in Jail for Diesel Scandal

Volkswagen ex-manager Oliver Schmidt gets the maximum penalty he could receive under a plea deal for his role in a 2015 emissions scandal.

You Can Beat Type 2 Diabetes With Weight Management, Says New Study

You Can Beat Type 2 Diabetes With Weight Management, Says New Study

Overweight patients were able to get off of medication and put Type 2 Diabetes into remission by reducing their calorie intake alone.

Facebook to Launch New Suicide-Prevention Features

Facebook to Launch New Suicide-Prevention Features

Facebooks just boosted its decade-long effort to deter people from committing suicide.

AAA Expects Major Delays for 51 Million Thanksgiving Travelers

AAA Expects Major Delays for 51 Million Thanksgiving Travelers

AAA says expect travel delays as the most people in about 12 years hit the roads, skies, rails and waterways to spend time with their loved ones this Thanksgiving.

FDA Approves World's First Smart Pill That Digitally Tracks Your Drug Intake

FDA Approves World's First Smart Pill That Digitally Tracks Your Drug Intake

Is society more safe now from people with severe mental disorders, now that there is a smart pill that tracks whether they are taking their meds?

Antibiotic-Treated Meats Are Threatening Our Health, WHO Warns Farmers

Antibiotic-Treated Meats Are Threatening Our Health, WHO Warns Farmers

It may be time to go vegan. The widespread overuse of antibiotics in healthy livestock and at fish farms will make current medications ineffective by 2050, health officials warn.