Natalie Healey

Natalie Healey

Head of Editorial

BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science

Natalie is head of editorial at Patient. She is a London-based health journalist who has been writing about science and medicine for several years. 

She was previously digital editor at Hearst. Her work has appeared in numerous publications such as Good Housekeeping, NetDoctor, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar and Refinery29.

Natalie has also edited many B2B publications including Medical Device Developments and World Pharmaceutical Frontiers. 

She has a BSc in Biomedical Science from Cardiff University. 

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Recent articles

New campaign helps people with chronic conditions get active
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New campaign helps people with chronic conditions get active Feature

New research shows 69% of people in England with long-term health conditions say they want to be more active. But this group is twice as likely as the general …

Pee yourself laughing? How stand-up comedy can tackle incontinence
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Pee yourself laughing? How stand-up comedy can tackle incontinence Feature

Incontinence is a common problem, but one most people needn't put up with, says physiotherapist Elaine Miller. She's determined to educate the world about their pelvic …

Testosterone can boost sexual desire after menopause
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Testosterone can boost sexual desire after menopause Feature

Testosterone could significantly improve sexual health problems in postmenopausal women, suggests a review of the existing research. A comprehensive review of data …

Why it's so important to know your skin type this summer
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Why it's so important to know your skin type this summer Feature

Do you tan easily, or start to go pink as soon as you step out in the sun? The Fitzpatrick scale could help you better protect your skin this summer. When we think …

Switch off TV in the bedroom to avoid weight gain
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Switch off TV in the bedroom to avoid weight gain Feature

Sleeping with a television or light on in your bedroom may be a risk factor for gaining weight, according to scientists. The study, conducted at the National …

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