Nutrition

Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes is a condition that results in a person’s blood sugar levels becoming too high. Nearly 3 million people in the UK are known to suffer from diabetes and it is estimated that there are a further 850,000 undiagnosed cases. What is it? There are two types of diabetes: • Type 1 diabetes affects around

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Rosacea

Having healthy glowing skin is quite often seen as an indicator of good health and clean living. However, many of us actually take our skin for granted, we fry it for hours, un-protected in the sun, fail to cleanse it thoroughly and cover it in make-up. We can easily forget that skin is an organ

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Preparing to start school

The first day at school can be tough – for both children and parents – but making sure you’re prepared for this next stage in life can help keep the trauma to a minimum. This preparation includes ensuring your little one is equipped with the practical skills they will need in a classroom, as well

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Anaemia in children

It’s often difficult to know exactly what is wrong with your child when they are feeling ill or off colour. Children pick up bugs and viruses all the time, especially when they start to mix with others at nursery and school. But how can you tell if your child’s symptoms are down to a run

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Food Psychological problems

Whilst its not uncommon for children to be fussy about what they eat and to go through phases of wanting to control their diet, the development of  food psychological problems or an eating disorder is a very different experience. Types of eating disorders Eating disorders involve extreme disturbances in eating behaviours, such as a person

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Making family dinners work

Family dinners can be times of fun and enjoyment and times of tension too. When these moments becomes stressful it’s easy to make excuses and not prioritise shared meals but research is showing how making family dinners work can help with children’s development. A time to connect Family meals are seen as the times when

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