Better Nutrition Column – April/May 21

Diets Are Dead!

By Gilly Brunton – Registered Nutritionist (MSc, BSc, RNutri, PGCE)

I recently hosted a series of workshops for women who needed ‘time out’ from work, home and stressors. My nutrition Q&A had the highest attendance as the hot topic was ‘Diets & Dieting’. I did some research and started listing all diets including everything from clinical to extremely faddy (eg: the lamb chop and pineapple diet). I’m serious, I listed over 130 different approaches. […]

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Beauty Article – February/March 21

The Luxury Of Bathing by Kate Duggan

Have we lost the art of bathing? Twenty years ago, half of the adverts on TV seemed to feature a woman luxuriating in a bubble bath (usually while eating chocolate). These days, we’re more likely to grab a lightning-quick shower before we sprint out the door. […]

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Castle Medical Centre – February/March 21

After months of enduring the Covid-19 viral pandemic, there is good news.

Castle Medical Centre, in partnership with our Primary Care Network, was one of the first teams in the UK to start vaccinating its most vulnerable patients, commencing on 7th December 2020, using the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine at the Warwickshire Golf Club. The venue is Covid secure and the vaccination programme fulfils strict standards of safety and quality set out by the independent Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA). It is a complex task as the vaccine needs specialised storing, diluting and drawing up. […]

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Surviving a Winter Lockdown – December 20/January 21

The ongoing pandemic is challenging the best of us when it comes to keeping our spirits up, but even without this, the darker days and nights caused by the shorter daylight hours of winter can have a huge effect on how we feel. Remember, each day will be getting a few minutes lighter after the 21st December so there is – literally – light at the end of the tunnel. It’s time to take action. […]

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Concierge Medical – December 20/January 21

South Warwickshire GP Addresses Loneliness During Lockdown

A leading South Warwickshire GP practice has issued advice over rising cases of severe loneliness brought on by prolonged periods of isolation due to the coronavirus pandemic.

One of the feelings millions of people are experiencing as the country battles Covid-19 is loneliness. According to a survey of UK adults, just one in 10 said they had feelings of loneliness prior to the pandemic. […]

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Castle Medical Centre – December 20/January 21

A National Priority to Focus on Early Cancer Diagnosis

By 2028 your NHS aims to make 75% of cancer diagnoses at an early stage. This could mean that each year 55,000 more people will be surviving with cancer for 5 years or more. We need your help to achieve this. […]

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Better Nutrition Column – February/March 21

The Menopause And Your Nutrition by Gilly Brunton (Registered Nutritionist, 12129)

By 2030, 1.2 billion women worldwide will be going through menopause and perimenopause, but it is still a sensitive topic. […]

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Health Column – December 20/January 21

Digestive Problems And How To Overcome Them by Jackie Mitchell

Bloating, nausea, abdominal pain, constipation and diarrhoea. These are all common digestive problems that we all experience and usually they can be treated with ‘over the counter’ medicines. Some conditions might be as a result of overindulging or eating the wrong food, but with Christmas round the corner, what can we do to avoid them? […]

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Beauty Article – December 20/January 21

Gifted Inspiration by Kate Duggan

There’s something a little bit special about a beauty gift set (and not just because you usually save money compared to buying the products separately). Here’s our pick of some of the best sets this Christmas. […]

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Health Column – October/November 20

Coping with Arthritis by Catherine Rose

Put simply, arthritis means inflammation of the joints and can be due to numerous causes. Although it is thought of as a disease of the elderly, it can affect people of all ages, even children. There are more than a hundred different types and over 10,000 people in the UK live with the disease. […]

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