Posts Tagged ‘health’

Shhhh…it’s the H word…

Jan 16 2013

Unless you’re like my friend (what shall we call for the purposes of this blog?), Claire – who not only lost weight whilst pregnant, but turned into the most radiant person in the room and has keep the aura even 1 year on – you’ll have encountered at least one or two health & beauty issues whilst carrying your little one(s) or in the months soon after.

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Recipe: Crab & Ginger Soup

Jan 11 2013

Velvety smooth, deliciously fishy and great for entertaining.

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Cleanse, Tone and Moisturise

Jan 05 2013

Ok, Christmas and New Year are over, breathe, so now to the year ahead. What does 2013 hold for you? Like most people I like to use this time to refocus my thoughts and think about the year ahead. And this year I’ve decided to try working beauty’s big three buy-ins – cleanse, tone, moisturise – to revitalise my life rather than a list of resolutions I never keep, why not try it too?

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UK mothers stand out across Europe, favouring pain relievers as one of their first responses to child illness

Nov 23 2012

Colds and the flu are the number one infectious diseases young children have to deal with during the winter season. These infections usually come with fever, which is part of the body’s natural defence mechanism to fight against viruses and bacteria. In fact the body creates extra heat, preventing the foreign organism to survive. A child’s temperature rises and falls very quickly because the part of the human brain that controls the body temperature is not fully developed yet.
Having a sick child is stressful for any parent but in Europe mums react to child illness differently, as a new independent study on European temperature taking has revealed.

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Win 1 of 5 Braun ThermoScan®, doctor’s number one ear thermometer

Nov 13 2012

Colds and the flu are very common infectious diseases young children have to deal with during the winter season. In fact, most infections babies and young children have to deal with are febrile infections. These infections come with fever, which is part of the body’s natural defence mechanism to fight against viruses and bacteria. That’s why having an accurate and easy to use thermometer is key for every household.

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