rich emollient used in the management of eczema, psoriasis and other dry skin conditions.

Monthly Archives: October 2012

Dementia Patients Need Urgent Support After Diagnosis


There is an urgent need for support from outside the family after diagnosis of dementia according to a study led by researchers from the University of Hertfordshire. The study, published in PLOS Medicine, explores how healthcare professionals can better understand … Continue reading


A Halloween Menopause Riddle


How is menopause like Halloween? Because sometimes you feel like a witch, and you just don’t know which sort of witch you are. Sometimes, you want to hide away in a pumpkin patch, And other times, you’re bursting with energy, … Continue reading




Hello fellow Thyroidians! My lifelong dream was to write a book, and now, after a year working on a topic so close to me (and you) it is now a reality! My book Wow your Mom Really is Crazy was … Continue reading


What To Do About Fibroids


Fibroids will be diagnosed in many women, but may need no treatment at all. They are most often found in women between 30-50+ who have had no children and become less common at menopause as oestrogen levels decline.  Being overweight is … Continue reading


Movember and Sons London Launch


On 17th October 2012, talkhealth attended the London launch of Movember 2012. During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in the UK and around the world. The aim of which … Continue reading


White Lace and Promises: The Hunt Is Over


Five cities. Ten stores And about sixty dresses. But there was one Laura just kept thinking about. She first tried it on in Atlanta, where she lived for the summer.  A store in Denver carries the dress, so she tried … Continue reading


Menopause: Breaking Free


There’s something about menopause that’s freeing. I’ve heard it from others. I feel it myself. So let that freedom, help free you even more! Take it up a few notches! What’s the barbed wire in your life? What can you … Continue reading


Look out for free mouth cancer screenings at local dental practices from Denplan dentists


By Dr. Henry Clover, Deputy Chief Dental Officer, Denplan Only 13 per cent of people ask their dentist to check them for signs of mouth cancer and shockingly almost the same amount of people have never heard of the disease1. … Continue reading


A half full cup of optimism


This one is a bit of a personal one.  I have lost alot in the last 5 years.  I have lost the woman who was like a mother to me, I have lost my fertility and I have lost alot … Continue reading


Premenstrual syndrome


I started my periods at 9 years old and overnight turned into a monster. I told lies, stole money, shoplifted, made up stories and experienced my first visit to psychology. Throughout the years I have seen doctors, psychiatrists, neurologists and … Continue reading


Underarm sweat and its relation to armpit acne


The armpit is the area in the human body located beneath the joint that connects the arm and the shoulder. For most people, the armpit is the most ticklish part of their body. Another inherent characteristic of our armpit is … Continue reading




WOW YOUR MOM REALLY IS CRAZY  is now available. It has always been my dream to write a book, but lack of confidence held me back. I am a testament to the saying “adversity brings out the best in people” … Continue reading


Behaviour that might challenge


Behaviours that need special skills and understanding within the care home setting-Wandering The wandering resident needs specific understanding. The prevalence of wandering behaviour is difficult to assess but estimates suggest that it will occur in up to 25% of people … Continue reading