Tag: Health

Climb and punishment

Kaddy Lee-Preston climbs Kilimanjaro Since leaving the BBC 2 years ago I’ve been fortunate enough to be able to give up a lot of my...

Five top summer skin care tips

Summer can be a tough time for your skin and extra care needs to be given to care for your skin. 1 Have a regular...

Breathe it like Beckham?

With 5.4 million asthma sufferers in the UK and one person every ten seconds having a life-threatening attack; would you know what to do? According...

Sarah M’Grady – Making a difference

After putting a question out on our Facebook page, looking for stories of ordinary women doing extraordinary things, we were emailed several times with...

10 facts you should read before following first aid myths

You've probably heard many of the first aid myths time and time again, so much so that you might believe some of them to...

Dealing with dementia. How arts can help

Research published by the IPPR (Institute for Public Policy Research) in 2013 shows that an increasing number of women are caught between providing care...

Child safety – The top 5 child safety tips for the...

There have been a number of articles in the news lately about accidental child deaths. This is always so sad as potentially many could...

Epilepsy

It can affect anyone, from any walk of life, and their first seizure may happen at any time. There are over 500,000 people with epilepsy...

Fighting the ‘after lunch slump’

The after-lunch slump hits us all from time to time but we can make a few key differences and nutritional choices within our working...

Massage – it’s benefits

Why you should incorporate it into your schedule Have you ever left a salon or spa after a massage and felt ‘wow!’, almost like a...