Sally Turner

Sally Turner

Freelance Journalist

Sally Turner is a writer and broadcaster specialising in sexual health and women’s issues. 

She is also Creative Director of Women4Real, a health and communications consultancy which champions women’s health, sexuality and well-being. Sally writes regularly for health and medical publications, and her memoir about vulvodyniaThe Chilli Pepper Sex Club, is due to be published in 2019. Sally was on the management committee of national charity The Vulval Pain Society for several years and led PR campaigns on women’s issues for We Are Equals and The Centrefold Project. She has also worked in broadcasting for Air America Radio, Virgin Radio and Discovery Channel.

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Recent articles

Could cold exposure boost your health and well-being?
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Could cold exposure boost your health and well-being? Feature

We tend to associate plunging winter temperatures with the onset of the cold and flu season. But cold showers and cold water swimming have proven benefits for health. …

What you need to know about testosterone and menopause
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What you need to know about testosterone and menopause Feature

Testosterone is often thought of as 'the male hormone', but it is also an important sex hormone in women and it declines with age. We ask the experts about the impact …

What to expect during a breast screening
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What to expect during a breast screening Feature

To help detect early breast cancers, all women in the UK aged 50 to their 71st birthday are invited for NHS breast screening every three years. We ask the experts the …

Can blood tests help to manage menopause and HRT?
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Can blood tests help to manage menopause and HRT? Feature

There is increasing interest in whether blood testing can predict the onset of menopause, and whether it is useful in the management of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) …

Can counselling help you decide when or whether to have children?
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Can counselling help you decide when or whether to have children? Feature

Is there ever a 'right' time to have children? And how do you know whether having children is the right decision for you? We talk to the experts about how counselling …

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