Sarah Graham

Sarah Graham

Freelance health journalist

MA, Newspaper, Journalism

Sarah Graham is an award-winning freelance health journalist, and founder of the feminist women's health blog Hysterical Women.

www.hystericalwomen.co.uk

Sarah specialises in mental health, women's sexual and reproductive health, gender and feminism. She writes regularly for Grazia, Refinery29, Patient and Broadly, and has also been published by Stylist, Women's Health, Cosmopolitan, BBC Three, Planet Mindful, The Guardian, The Telegraph, The Independent, and The i.

 
She has an MA with Distinction in Newspaper Journalism from City University, and has been freelancing since 2014.

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What you need to know about inducing labour
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What you need to know about inducing labour Feature

Induction is a process of artificially kickstarting labour, most commonly used if your baby is overdue. According to the NHS, one in every five labours in the UK are …

You don't have to be underweight to have an eating disorder
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You don't have to be underweight to have an eating disorder Feature

Eating disorders affect around 1.25 million people in the UK, a quarter of whom are male, and less than 10% of whom are affected by anorexia. Yet the most common image …

What to do about contraception after giving birth
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What to do about contraception after giving birth Feature

Sex is probably the last thing on your mind in the immediate aftermath of giving birth. But with half of new parents returning to sexual activity within six weeks, it's …

Why is fibromyalgia so misunderstood?
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Why is fibromyalgia so misunderstood? Feature

Fibromyalgia is a chronic widespread pain disorder, estimated to affect roughly one in 25 people. But, despite being relatively common, fibromyalgia remains a seriously …

Signs you're on the wrong contraceptive pill
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Signs you're on the wrong contraceptive pill Feature

The contraceptive pill often gets a bad rap for its host of potential side effects, which can range from the mildly inconvenient to the downright debilitating. However, …

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