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  • Risks to children in the home

    Risks to children in the home

    The home is a safe haven for our families, our go-to place when the need for space and sanity strike. But it is also the most dangerous environment our young children inhabit, mainly because they spend so much time there; they have so much freedom there, relative to when they are outside the house. How

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    Dealing with excessive sweating

    Dealing with excessive sweating

    Most people sweat at least a little when they’re hot or have been exerting themselves. It’s completely normal and the body’s natural response to cool us down. In fact, the majority of people expel around a litre of sweat every day but as most of this evaporates as soon as it appears we don’t really

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    First date do's and dont's

    First date do’s and dont’s

    First dates can be nerve-wracking, especially if you’ve been out of the dating game for some time. If you’re ready to get back out there her are some first date dos and don’ts to bear in mind as you look for the perfect partner. Do Make yourself comfortable If you show up wearing uncharacteristically high

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    Believe In Yourself

    Believe In Yourself

    Self-belief is one to the most powerful personal development tools we possess. Yet it can be an elusive beast and tricky to hold onto when life gets tough and it seems like the world is against you. When I was growing up my Mum had various motivational and positive mantras pinned up on the fridge.

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    Dealing with measles

    Dealing with measles

    Measles is a viral illness that spreads with alarming ease and ferocity. It can be utterly miserable for those who contract it, in some cases it can lead to serious health complications. Thanks to the MMR vaccine, measles is now relatively unusual in the UK. The vaccine is not 100% effective however and not all

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    Domestic Violence And Abuse

    Domestic Violence And Abuse

    Domestic Abuse occurs when one person in a marriage or otherwise intimate relationship seeks to dominate and control the other person. Where the abuse involves violence, it is known as Domestic Violence. Abusers use fear, shame, guilt, manipulation and intimidation to exert control over their partners, wearing down their defences and often threatening to hurt

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