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Michael HarrisonSusan Clark was voted Health Journalist of the Year 2000 and was the Sunday Times first ever Health and Fitness editor, launching their ground-breaking Lifestyle section and her hugely popular 'What's the Alternative?' column.


She is the author of the What Really Works series published by Transworld and HarperCollins.


She works regularly for The Press Association as a Real Lives human interest stories writer and has edited Resurgence magazine and the Ecologist website, both flagships of the environmental movement warning of the consequences of displacement caused by climate change. She has worked as a mentor for Lush Global Digital publishing telling stories of activism, climate change, campaigning and the ethical sourcing of ingredients working with Indigenous communities.


SANDS (the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) nominated her to write Loving You From Here - Stories of Grief, Growth & Hope When a Baby Dies - the organisation’s first book in its forty year history. It will be published by Hodder & Stoughton / Yellow Kite in 2020.


Praise for What Really Works – The Insider’s Guide to Natural Health

‘A veritable bible, written by the health jounalist of the year, it’s packed with information on how to improve ebverything in your life, from your exercise routine to holistic breaks.’ - Lara Kilner, Slimming


‘Packed with cutting edge advice and proven tips to help you lead a more holistic and nourishing life’ - Kindred Spirit



For the first time in forty years the UK-based bereavement charity Sands (the Stillbirth and Neonatal Death Society) breaks wide open the public silence which imprisons families living with the loss of a baby through stillbirth or neo-natal complications and challenges the tabooos surrounding a loss that nobody affected can find the words for.

Loving you from here features the moving stories of multpile families; some affected recently, some decades ago, but still living with the loss. The book is a practical guide for grieving parents in the grips of tragedy, and those around them who want to be able to offer support.

This profound and insightful book will help everyone impacted by the loss of a baby.

BIBLIOGRAPHY: Loving You from Here (Hodder and Stoughton Yellow Kite 2020); What Really Works (Transworld, 2012; Harper Collins 2014)