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Monthly Archives: March 2018

IBS digestive distress – is there a problem with bread?

31Mar

The-Chemistry-of-Bread-Making

Many people with IBS state that bread is a real issue in provoking symptoms. Is this true? What is it about bread that is the problem? This post aims to discuss the provocateurs of digestive distress in IBS (Irritable Bowel … Continue reading

  

Osteopathy for children – seeking your views

28Mar

Female osteopath treating toddler

If you’ve ever considered taking your child to an osteopath, we’d love to hear from you! More and more parents are taking their children to see osteopaths but how do they decide which practitioners to see and what influences their … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 23/03/2018

23Mar

This Week in Health

In this week’s health round-up, we’ve got a range of news stories to cover, including the likes of diet, depression, care homes and back pain. This week also saw #WorldDownSyndromeDay, which came with a very heart-warming video, which you can … Continue reading

  

Persistence saved my life, it could save yours too

20Mar

Losing weight, diarrhoea and loss of appetite are symptoms associated with a number of common health issues, and may not cause alarm for many but did for me when I suddenly started experiencing them in the summer of 2007. After … Continue reading

  

Supporting your marathon running training

19Mar

Once you’ve made the decision to enter an marathon or endurance race of any kind, the same is true for all sports in general for that matter and that is don’t let all the hard work and effort be wasted … Continue reading

  

Pilates where did it come from? Should you be Practicing Pilates?

19Mar

Where Did Pilates Come From? Should you be practicing Pilates?  Joseph Pilates was initially a frail young German who took it upon himself to become a very strong, educated, healthy man. Joseph took part in wide range of sports including fencing, … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 16/03/2018

16Mar

This week in health

It’s been a varied week in health. There’s been some shocking and saddening news stories, including a report about the links between depression and cancer and the passing of Stephen Hawking. However, there’s also been a great deal of awareness … Continue reading

  

What Is Diversion Colitis?

14Mar

I get asked this question a-lot across support groups as I have been quite vocal about diversion colitis since having this diagnosed. I have decided to do a video entry for this to explain about the condition and how it … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 09/03/2018

9Mar

This week in health

Bringing together some of the biggest news stories in the world of health, this week’s talkhealth news roundup will focus on some wide-ranging topics. Obesity has been one of the biggest health topics of the week, with many papers and … Continue reading

  

Inspirational women in health

8Mar

Women in health

It’s international women’s day, and to celebrate we’ve put together a list of some of the most influential women in medicine. Ranging from the 19th century right up to the modern day, we’ve included just some of the woman who … Continue reading

  

The last taboo? Vaginal dryness during menopause

8Mar

It’s one of the most common symptoms of menopause, but vaginal dryness is often the least talked-about. Though it can affect women of any age (with an estimated 17% of women aged 18-50 experiencing it at some stage) it is … Continue reading

  

5 protein-rich foods free of gluten

6Mar

Protein is a key component of a healthy diet and ensuring your daily meals include an ample amount should be a key focus if you’re looking to improve your health or levels of fitness. However, this can be made more … Continue reading

  

This week in health – 02/03/2018

2Mar

This week in health

It should come as no surprise, but the topic on everyone’s lips this week has been the sub-zero temperatures that have hit the UK. With snowfall across much of the country, the attention to health conditions during these treacherous times … Continue reading

  

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