Posts Tagged ‘health’

What your digestive problems say about you?

Jan 18 2022

Foul-smelling wind, feeling bloated and uncomfortable, constipation, undigested food in your stools and heartburn. DR.VEGAN‘s Dora Walsh Registered Nutritionist talks about what your digestive problems may say about you…

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How to help someone who has been stabbed

Feb 22 2020
knife crime

Every day we are faced with news reports telling us horrifying stories of people who have been killed or injured from violent attacks. This violence appears to permeate across all communities and we only hear a fraction of the incidents. In fact, it has been revealed that the police and courts in England and Wales are dealing with the highest number of knife crimes in a decade. It’s a very real threat within our society.

We know that prompt and appropriate first aid saves lives. Would you have the skills to someone who has been injured and is seriously bleeding?

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Sep 19 2017



There are about 6,000 different known genetic disorders in the world. It is estimated that one in 25 children in the UK is affected by a type of disorder, equating to around 30,000 babies and children being newly diagnosed each year. Some genetic disorders are apparent at birth while others are diagnosed at different stages throughout childhood, and sometimes into adulthood.


It is in fact highly likely that every person knows at least one person in their life that has a genetic disorder, yet many people are not aware exactly what a genetic disorder is.


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NO New Year’s resolutions! Lifestyle detox is the MUST in 2015

Jan 05 2015
lifestyle detox

New Year’s resolutions suck and in 2015 I will use common sense to detox my lifestyle and live better. At the end of the day health is the most important thing in life! I have made a list of the key ingredients to live 2015 to the max.

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Tips to help children with Asthma

Oct 09 2014

According to the charity Asthma UK more children with asthma are rushed to hospital when school starts than at any other time of the year. One of the main culprits in this increase in attacks seems to be that many children forget to use their preventer inhalers over the summer holidays; as a result this leaves them much more vulnerable to asthma attacks at the start of the autumn term when the cold and flu season begins.

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