Fitness Round-up: Running the London Marathon

On Sunday morning I woke up to a glorious day. I spent most of it watching the updates about the London Marathon with both my girls. It was so emotional for me, and honestly has been every year since I ran it back in 2011. I always cry and feel so proud of all the…

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April Health Round-up; healthy eating, GAPs and rosacea

According to Swan UK “It is estimated that 6,000 disabled children are born each year with a genetic condition that will remain undiagnosed.” Swan UK offer support and guidance to parents of children who are undiagnosed and the support that they offer is invaluable. April 24th was Undiagnosed Children’s Day which was a national event…

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March Health Round-up: Arthritis and dementia

Before reading; Even 2 year olds can get arthritis from The Beesley Buzz, I had no idea that children could get arthritis. Due to it being rare in children, it is often misdiagnosed and one positive to come from this post is that early diagnosis can limit the damage done to joints. This is a…

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Health Round-up: Stoptober, Dryvember & Ebola

There is a definite chill in the air now and this is a time of the year when talk naturally turns towards illness and health issues as the winter sets in and as always there have been lots of bloggers talking about a variety of health issues this month. Health is of course in the…

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Health Round-up: Fertility, diets and running

With a distinctly cooler feel in the air and all thoughts turning to getting the children back to school after the summer holidays, lots of bloggers have been blogging about health matters this month. Firstly, Sarah from Mum of Three World has had a few concerns about her daughter’s health over recent months as she…

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