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How to overcome perinatal depression

Pippa Henderson talks to Kristina Paterson about how she overcame perinatal depression, and how she’s now successfully helping others to do the same.  I just spent an hour talking to an expert on perinatal depression. You might think I’d be feeling …

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Try a triathlon

Why tri? why not! Put the "try" back in "triumph" and make a triathlon your fitness goal this summer. Physiotherapist John Forrest offers some advice on getting into this increasingly popular sport for the first time. As the days get warmer and …

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Go with your gut: improve your gut health and your brain

Dr Emma Parry offers an update on the gut revolution, and shares why she’s pro probiotics. You would have to have been hiding under a rock to have missed the fact that gut health is big news. So what’s it all about? In this article I’ll outline …

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Know your normal: surviving breast cancer

Breast awareness saved Vivian Gubb’s life, and potentially her sisters’ as well. her message could save other women: know your normal. 🎗️🎗️ Vivian Gubb was only 29 when she was diagnosed in 2015, just after her first wedding anniversary. …

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Stand tall: tips for treating poor posture and neck pain

Osteopath Sarah-Jane Attias does some straight talking about neck pain and posture, and shares techniques and treatments for new mothers.  As a new mum, your neck and back may well be feeling ‘the pinch’, and simple things like sleep, pain-free …

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Do you get mummy rage? You're not alone

Every time you boil over in fury the kids are watching and picking up tips. Is it time to change the programme? Dr Melanie Woodfield explains. Before I became a mum, I had plans to be the perfect parent - always cool, calm and collected. The little …

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Your PND checklist

Does this sound like you? I'm exhausted all the time. I feel like I can't cope with my baby's needs. I feel like I'm just going through the motions, all day, every day. I don't have any "zest for life". I feel like a failure as a mother, like …

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Exercise basics for mamas and mamas-to-be

The current research on exercise preconception, during pregnancy and post-pregnancy is very positive! Pre Conception: The first six months prior to conception is vital in terms of having the female and male bodies in optimum condition. This can be …