Helen Thomson

Sex and science. All the good stuff.

I’m a science journalist and author of “UNTHINKABLE: An Extraordinary Journey through the World’s Strangest Brains" (published in Feb 2018). I have a BSc in Neuroscience, a MSc in Science Communication and have worked as a health journalist for over a decade. I have spent most of my career as a journalist and editor at New Scientist magazine, where I exclusively revealed plans for the world's first head transplant, spent time in treatment with five psychopathic mass murderers, and watched a paralyzed man control an exoskeleton for the first time using only his mind. I am now a consultant for the magazine, and work for a variety of organisations including The BBC, The Guardian and The Daily Mail. You can contact me at hvthomson[@], or on twitter @hvthomson.

  • 米女性の3割は「がんより孤独が怖い」 3000人の健康意識を調査

    米国の女性たちの3分の1は、がんと診断されることよりも孤独を恐れていることが分かった。「自分にとってのウェルネス(健康と幸福)とは何か」について女性3000人を対象に行った調査の結果、明らかになった。健康的な生活のための情報を提供するエブリデイ・ヘルスが、女性のウェルネスの実現を妨げている要因と、女 ...