Men’s Health Hacks: Is Your Health Your Priority?

If you look at surveys and polls, you don’t have to be an expert in data analysis to deduce that men are less comfortable talking about health issues than women. Men’s health is a subject few want to approach, but it’s really important to make your health your priority. If you’re on a mission to […]

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Five Aside Football: Easy, Fun, Addictive!

Five aside football is similar to normal football, but it is played in a cage of sorts, where there are only five people on each team, and only four outfield players. It is a great way to play if you do not want to play eleven aside. It is also good if you like the […]

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Ulcerative Colitis and living Lactose free

Ulcerative Colitis and living Lactose Free

I was diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis in December 2000 and it has been a real struggle. It’s rarely left me alone over these past fourteen years and the last two years in particular have been particularly troublesome. We have tried various medications and treatments, our bathroom cupboard resembles a small branch of Boots. There have […]

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Postnatal depression in Men

I was watching Good Morning Britain again this morning, it’s always on in the Halls household, and I was very interested in their article on Postnatal depression in Men ‘Dads in distress!’. It’s not just new mothers who suffer with mental health issues after the birth of a newborn. More than one in three new […]

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Eating chocolate linked to ‘lower heart disease and stroke risk’

You may have seen in the press recently reports on how eating a moderate amount of chocolate a day has been linked to a lowered risk of heart disease and stroke. I used to have a real sweet tooth and loved nothing more than scoffing an entire bar of chocolate but I am three weeks […]

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Grey fever is the new hay fever

I have read on Facebook how many of you are really struggling with hay fever this year and how it is also really affecting your little one’s. I used to suffer really badly myself so I know all too well just how bad this can be. Thankfully the last couple of years have been good […]

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