How to save a stroke victim’s life

Imperative Training

Article Courtesy of Imperative Training,   A stroke is almost like a ‘brain attack’, it happens when a certain part of the brain is starved of the vital blood supply it needs to function. This can cause cells to be damaged and die. When this happens the effects are instant and are both external and internal.   A stroke can … [Read more...]

Win an Eight Week Healthy Eating and Exercise Plan from Porridge on Tuesday

Porridge on Tuesday

Ends 30th September 2013.   The children are heading back to school after their summer break so it's time to squeeze in a bit of 'me' time and if one of your aims is to improve your health, fitness or lose weight this competition in association with could be a great way to regain any motivation lost over the … [Read more...]

5 Top Tips to Lose That Baby Weight

Weight Loss After Pregnancy

As the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince William recently debuted their new arrival (AKA the future King of Britain) to the world, the media enjoyed a quick spell of cooing over the little new-born before turning their attention directly back to the Duchess – many questioning how and when will Kate lose her baby weight? While it is certainly a … [Read more...]

Heather Von St. James – Mesothelioma Survivor


A few weeks ago I received an email from Heather asking if we could publish her story and video on our website to help spread the word about mesothelioma,  a rare type of cancer caused by exposure to asbestos and occurs in the thin layer of cells lining the  body's internal organs. We are more than happy to help raise awareness about this … [Read more...]

Hypospadias Hippopotamus – Emotional side to Hypospadias

Hypospadias Hippopotamus

Article by Lisa Mcclintock     Hypospadias is a congenital condition, which means it’s something you are born with.  About one in 300 boys in the UK are born with hypospadias.  It is a condition that affects the development of the urethra in boys.  The urethra is the tube that carries urine … [Read more...]

The Next Generation

Child with sweets

Article by Rebecca Oladele   To increase my knowledge and better my family and fitness business, I went on a child obesity  prevention and intervention course. I have now successfully completed and passed this course, so my journey to fight child obesity begins!!! The UK has the highest obesity rate in Europe … [Read more...]

Rock Up In Red For National Heart Month

Girl trying dress

More Than Mummies is really happy to support and spread the word about the British Heart Foundation's new Rock Up In Red campaign to help raise funds and awareness. On 1 February 2013, to kick off National Heart Month, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) is asking the great British public to Rock Up In Red, donate £2 and join the fight against … [Read more...]

Simple Ways to Make You and Your Family More Active

Excercising can be fun

Article By Alison Jones, Iron Mum    By the time the first fraught, sleepless, euphoric days of your baby's life have settled into the busy daily routine of work, childcare, housework and general juggling, it's easy to feel that you've somehow slipped to the margin of your own life. Just keeping up with each day's … [Read more...]

Vegetable Pilaf

Vegetable Pilaf

  Recipe courtesy of Rebecca Richardson author of ‘Candida Can Be Fun!’ This tasty, nutritious meal is also suitable for vegans and vegetarians.   Ingredients (Serves 4) 2 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil 2 large cloves of garlic (peeled and chopped) 1 large onion (peeled and … [Read more...]

Candida and Food Intolerances: Could your diet be making you ill?

Healthy Diet

Article by Rebecca Richardson author of ‘Candida Can Be Fun!’   Do you remember what life was like before the children came along?  Oh, those carefree days of spontaneity, lie-ins, money … sex!  As for myself, I led rather a hedonist lifestyle throughout my twenties, as I am sure was the same for most … [Read more...]

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