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Coronavirus – What Can You Do If You’re At High Risk?

Coronavirus – What Can You Do If You’re At High Risk?

Coronavirus has been our main news story for weeks now, and although it still appears to manifest as mild symptoms in most people, those who are considered high risk are becoming increasingly worried. Despite the absence of any vaccine or mainstream treatment, the WHO...

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Why Do The Good Die Young?

Why Do The Good Die Young?

You may have heard that the good die young and maybe even seen it for yourself. But why does that happen? Let me explain. Back in the early 1980's, the world renowned metaphysical teacher Louise Hay conducted a huge experiment. She wanted to know whether illness...

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Why Do We Get Arthritis?

Why Do We Get Arthritis?

Nicola came to see me a while back. She was in her early 60's and the rheumatoid arthritis in her hands had been slowly getting worse. During her first appointment, we talked about how it started, very soon after her dad died. She'd started a portrait of him, and...

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Why Am I So Fat?

Why Am I So Fat?

It's Obesity Awareness Week, but if there's one aspect of health we're probably hyper aware of, it's our weight! The moment we're born, sometimes before we're even given to our parents for that all important bonding first cuddle, we're weighed. Many of us go on to...

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Why Don’t New Year’s Resolutions Work?

Why Don’t New Year’s Resolutions Work?

  Those quiet days after Christmas are when many of us start reflecting on our year and planning our new years resolutions. But even with the best of intentions, around 80% of our resolutions fail. Why is that? In order for any new plan to work, we need 3 main...

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What Helps Chronic Fatigue?

What Helps Chronic Fatigue?

I'm writing this just a few days before Christmas, and when I'm done, I'll tick it off my 'to-do' list in the belief that I'm another step closer to getting some rest over the holidays. Like many working parents, I often find myself wondering whether as human beings...

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Herbal Medicine And Cancer

Herbal Medicine And Cancer

Last week, an article in the Telegraph warned us that herbal medicines in cancer can do more harm than good. Having seen increasing numbers of cancer patients of all ages over the past few years, here's a quick  guide to herbal medicine and cancer. Can Herbal Medicine...

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Herbal Remedies For Flu

Herbal Remedies For Flu

  Flu season is upon us and you or your child might have been invited for your flu vaccination. If the thought of needles terrifies you, or you have other reasons for not being too keen on the idea of a jab, there are natural ways to help protect yourself. Here...

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Menopause – A Case Study

Menopause – A Case Study

Nic Pulle was 47 and had been struggling with menopausal brain fog for 3 years when she first came to see me in Spring 2019. It had become so bad at one point that she’d had to leave her job as a Finance Manager, and when we met she was setting up her own book keeping...

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Kale or Chemo?

Kale or Chemo?

What 'Coronation Street' Can Teach Us About Our Attitudes To Cancer Treatment Did you see ‘Coronation Street’ last week? In it, one of the characters, Sinead, was quoted as saying "I’m in this situation because I avoided chemo and instead listened to some kale...

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