As a mother of two active boys I have a particular interest in family health matters such as breastfeeding, vaccinations and medical intervention.
I reported on this interesting research about mushroom consumption and cancer for the South China Morning Post including the reaction from the scientific and nutritional community.
As a mother of a very sporty 8-year-old (and a not so active 5-year-old) I was really interested to write about this research on the link between PE at school and children's academic performance. Read the full article here.
I covered this fascinating research on the association between sleep and mortality for the South China Morning Post. Read the full article here.
I reported on this global study for the South China Morning Post. Read the full article here.
I adapted this article for the South China Morning Post audience after receiving a news alert from a medical PR service.
I was commissioned by Pulse magazine to write this cover feature on the roll out of the covid-19 vaccination in the UK by GPs. I analysed how it would impact upon routine work and how the programme would be staffed and managed.
Following on from our successful podcast episode on Imposter Syndrome, Emma Wilkinson and I wrote this piece on the same topic for journalism.co.uk. It seems to be an issue that really strikes a chord with freelance journalists.
I covered the latest research on the link between aspirin and cancer for the South China Morning Post. Read the full article here.
As an endurance runner I was particularly interested in this research on electrolytes which I covered for the South China Morning Post. Read the full article here.
The trade of drugs sold without prescription in China is having an impact on antibiotic resistance, as I reported for the South China Morning Post.
During the coronavirus pandemic I wrote about the long term impact on medical staff working in China for the South China Morning Post. Read the full article here.
During COVID-19 lockdown in Hong Kong I wrote this article on how social media can be a positive influence motivating people to workout. Read the full article here.