Helen Massy
Helen Massy

Helen has an extensive background as a health care professional and senior leader in the UK National Health Service, along with being a mother to three young children and a well-traveled military spouse. Over a decade of clinical experience as a respiratory specialist underpins her passion for opening discussion around taboo topics and decoding complex medical information. This eclectic mix of attributes brings a unique blend of clinical insight and life experience to her health writing.

Testicles are essential organs, which makes any discomfort or pain a matter of concern.
An erection isn't required to have the big O. They are separate physiological responses.
Adapting together is a challenging journey for anyone facing a sudden disability.
Statistics aren't definitive when it comes to cancer. Learn the nuance behind the numbers.
While it may seem like a simple process, reproduction can be rather complicated.
From breast cancer to breastfeeding, here's why breast health is crucial to women's health.
Here's what the science says about the millions of women with Endo.
ED can lead to a lack of desire, but many men with erectile difficulty do maintain libido.
Circumcision may reduce STI risk in general, for men and their female partners.
The disease's growth is slow. Regular Pap smears should detect it early—if you get them.