Journalism

24th November 2017
Women’s Health: My Week On A Plate – Dr Zoe Williams premium
It was an absolute pleasure to speak to Dr Zoe Williams, media GP (This Morning, Trust Me I’m A Doctor) and former Gladiator about her diet and lifestyle for the feature My Week On A Plate. This piece was published in the November 2017 issue of Women’s Health magazine which is one of the fastest […]
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23rd September 2017
10 awesome health benefits of doing yoga for just 15 minutes a day premium
This article gives readers 10 excellent reasons why practicing yoga on a daily basis for just 15 minutes will make you reap the most health benefits. From feeling happier and more energetic to ultimately living longer. This piece was published on the website NetDoctor which is one of the largest health websites in the UK with 8 million […]
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28th June 2017
Haemorrhoids after childbirth: What you should know premium
This article conveys one woman’s experience of developing haemorrhoids during pregnancy which worsened considerably after childbirth. She describes how she dealt with the pain and inconvenience and how she’s been able to change her lifestyle to avoid flare-ups. This article raises awareness amongst women on a difficult subject that isn’t written about enough. This piece was published on the […]
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28th April 2017
Dr Michael Mosley reveals all about the 8-Week Blood Sugar Diet premium
An interview with popular TV GP Dr Michael Mosley (The One Show, Trust Me I’m a Doctor, Horizon) about his successful 8-week Blood Sugar Diet. Dr Michael Mosley is well known for his popular 5:2 diet, and the 8-week Blood Sugar Diet is a further developed version of this. The 8-week Blood Sugar Diet is designed […]
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19th April 2017
Coping with Coccydynia after Childbirth premium
This article describes Sarah’s ordeal after giving birth. Her prolonged agony and inability to sit down as it was too painful, was presumed by health professionals to be part of her postnatal recovery. It wasn’t until she saw a physiotherapist that she was diagnosed with coccydynia. This piece was published on the website NetDoctor which is one […]
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20th February 2017
Home birth versus hospital birth: One mother who has tried both reveals all premium
This article describes Amy’s two very different birth experiences. With her first son she tried for a home birth but ended up having medical intervention in hospital. With her second son she had a successful home birth. In fact, she ended up giving birth at home without any medical professional present. This piece was published on the website […]
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10th October 2016
What you need to know about Pelvic Organ Prolapse premium
I’m so pleased that I have been able to help contribute to Angela’s media campaign about Pelvic Organ Prolapse. A sufferer from this debilitating condition, Angela wants to raise awareness amongst the general public. This article goes beyond the usual ‘what is it and what are the symptoms?’. It addresses the big question: ‘why is it so […]
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13th February 2016
The Forgotten Women of World War 2 premium
My mother was born in Indonesia where she spent her early childhood in a Japanese internment camp during World War 2. This is the story of her return to her roots after 60+ years which was published in Your Family Tree  which is a British magazine with international reach devoted to genealogy and family history subjects. The […]
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13th February 2016
What it Feels Like to Have a Late-Term Miscarriage premium
Read here about a women’s health issue that is still largely taboo: miscarriage, in this case late miscarriage which is not very well publicised yet should be. How do women cope with this loss, physically and mentally? This piece was published on the website NetDoctor which is one of the largest health websites in the UK […]
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