Bella English

English is a feature writer for the Globe, and writes a column for the Globe South section. She joined the Globe in 1985. A graduate of the University of North Carolina and Columbia Journalism School, English also worked at the Miami Herald and the New York Daily News.

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HIV survivor sounds a warning to young gays

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Joe Lemieux sees a rise in risky behavior as medical advances usher in a false sense of security.

A first breath, and a last breath. In Longwood, that’s life

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As a Randolph woman prepares to go home for the final time, a young couple experiences the other end of the life cycle.

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Couple educates others about early-onset Alzheimer’s

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The Scituate couple knows the disease terrifies the baby boomer generation, which is why they decided to go public with their story.

A quieter, calmer ‘Lion King’ thrills autistic audience

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The “autism-friendly” performance in Boston is among a growing number of such theater productions nationwide.