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Dr. Lininger founded Aisle7 (formerly Healthnotes, Inc.) in 1987 and is the publisher of all Aisle7 publications, including the books The Natural Pharmacy (Three Rivers Press, 2006) and the A–Z Guide to Drug-Herb-Vitamin Interactions (Three Rivers Press, 2006). He has authored or coauthored a dozen computer books and over one hundred technology- and health-related articles. He has served on the boards of Western State Chiropractic College and Bastyr University.
Ms. Angell oversees the workflow for creating and updating Aisle7 content as well as the Healthnotes Newswire and Healthnotes Newsletter. She has been the managing editor at two Internet-based companies, a nonfiction book editor for Beyond Words Publishing, and an assistant editor at Simon & Schuster. She holds two master's degrees: a liberal studies degree from Reed College and a children's literature degree from Simmons College.
Mr. Foster has worked as an author, photographer, and consultant specializing in medicinal and aromatic plants. He has written 13 books on herbs, including A Field Guide to Medicinal Plants (with Dr. James A. Duke) (Houghton Mifflin's Peterson Series, 2000), Herbs for Your Health (Interweave Press, 1996), and Echinacea—Nature's Immune Enhancer (Healing Arts Press, 1991). In addition to providing photographs to Aisle7, he has contributed to The Herb Companion, Herbs for Health, and HerbalGram magazines.
Mr. Wall owns Martin Wall Botanical Services, a company that supplies botanical images for educational and commercial use. His images have been seen in Natural Pharmacy, Herbs for Health, Nutrition Science News, and many other magazines and books. Along with his wife, Deetra, Mr. Wall has also acted as director of the Southeastern School of Herbal Studies from his home base in Greensboro, NC.