Health

  • Bootcamp Fitness with James Kennedy at Meon Valley Marriott

    By on October 10, 2015
    Do I want to review a bootcamp fitness session? That was the question posed to me. I sort of did and I sort of didn’t. But when it evolved into an overnight stay, bootcamp fitness and a full body massage, I was swayed. I had been solo parenting for almost a month and quite frankly I could do with some […]
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  • How to have a fulfilling sex life in later life

    By on November 24, 2014
    It’s perfectly natural for things to change as we age, including our sexual lives. What was typical at 18 may not be the norm at 35. Similarly, our experiences of sex in middle age may differ widely from our experiences in later life. However, it’s important to remember that, no matter what your age, it’s possible to have an enjoyable […]
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  • Snuggle Up

    By on November 20, 2014
    Check out these handy winter warming hints so you get snug this winter: Layer up The more skin is exposed to cool air, the colder you will feel. Wearing layers of thin clothes will keep you warmer than big winter jumpers as they trap body heat. The more skin is exposed to cool air, the colder you will feel. Eat […]
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  • Do Diet Pills Work?

    By on July 16, 2014
    If I had a super power it would be that I could eat as much as I want and not get fat. Or maybe it would be that I would have abs like steel but I didn’t need to work out? Or maybe it would be that at a twitch of my nose I could tidy my house and file […]
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  • Real Life: Down At The Skin Gym

    By on April 3, 2014
      It’s impossible to defy the ageing process and to some extent as a woman that lives in a predominantly Aphrodite culture, where we must remain eternally youthful, slim and beautiful, it’s hard not to feel guilty for nature’s natural deterioration. But aside from the societal demands to stay youthful there is something to be said for skin maintenance. I […]
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  • Real Life #SavetheNHS Britain needs you!! Appendicitis and The Grenade

    By on January 16, 2014
    The first time I realised how lucky we were to have the NHS was when, unexpectedly, I broke my leg at the age of 28. I was freelancing in PR and living hand-to-mouth. I was taken to hospital by ambulance, operated on, treated and given a follow up treatment for over a year. It was incredible. The NHS was a gift. Last week, […]
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  • Why healthcare is no longer a question of NHS v private: pioneering scheme offers the best of both world

    By on November 20, 2013
    Guest Post: None of us want to get ill. But millions of UK people who do face two major concerns. They worry not only about their condition, but also the length of time it will take to see the right medical specialist. This is borne out in the latest patient surveys. A recent report shows that as many as 32% […]
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