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

How gut bacteria affect mood, focus and brain health
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How gut bacteria affect mood, focus and brain health Feature

There is emerging scientific evidence that the gut microbiome can influence brain health - from mood and focus to neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis and …

Is it indigestion or something more serious?
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Is it indigestion or something more serious? Feature

Many people experience indigestion from time to time, but what are the warning signs that it may be something more serious? We talk to the experts about the symptoms …

How to manage skin problems at menopause
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How to manage skin problems at menopause Feature

Falling oestrogen levels at menopause can cause skin changes such as dryness, loss of elasticity, dark spots, breakouts and slow wound healing. However, with the right …

How to manage your medications at home
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How to manage your medications at home Feature

Research indicates that many people do not take their medications as recommended, and it can be especially difficult for those who struggle with memory or have multiple …

How to get better sleep during menopause
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How to get better sleep during menopause Feature

Many women experience sleep disturbances during and after menopause, as well as in the preceding years (perimenopause). We ask the experts about how to treat these …

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