IDEAS FOR BABY FOOD!
arundhatip in Baby India6 years ago
So, the tricky question of baby food! When should you begin solids? What should you start with? What should you avoid and when can you in...
Edithharrison in Couch to 5K4 years ago
Can someone explain why there is so much sugar in honey.
I normally have a bowl of porridge for breakfast every day. But I always add a teas...
martin1945 in British Lung Foundation5 years ago
Honey, that delectable condiment for breads and fruits, could be one sweet solution to the serious, ever-growing problem of bacterial resist...
artangel in Headway6 years ago
Not really a question but wanted to let you all know about this....Went for routine eye test as i already wear glasses and have had problems...
Help with settings on forum
Julesgettingthere in Headway2 years ago
Hello Cat, jules here
Thank you for contacting mum - just heard one of her (many) Gambian dogs called 'Janet' has taken ill at the Vets, so m...
Larrydds in Parkinson's Movement3 months ago
I have been having burning eyes particularly during dinner, has anyone experienced this and is it related to PD?
CLL AND BOTOX
Que-sera-sera in CLL Support Association3 years ago
I Feel slightly embarrased to ask this question because it seems so frivoulous, especially to those with our condition, but if I cannot ask ...
Tigg85 in Headwaya month ago
Hi everyone, I had a Botox injection into my right arm just over a week ago it was to help me get my wrist straighter, this has worked howev...
Can someone recommend me the best brands of milk thistle available in US and will i get it on amazon or some medical store?
nishahathi in PBC Foundation5 years ago
How many of you have been using milk thistle and has it really helped?
Are there any supplements you covet?
VulpusVulpus in Thyroid UK2 years agoPOPULAR
What would you buy? Just as a \"treat\"?
Those were the days?
wowsa in British Lung Foundation6 years agoPOPULAR
EATING IN THE UK IN THE FIFTIES
* Pasta had not been invented.
* Curry was an unknown entity.
* Olive oil was kept in the medicine cabine...
ladycassy in Headway5 years ago
Hi Has anyone seen a neuro opthamologist (hope I spelt it right)?
I had a bleed 18 months ago and lost part of my sight. I havent been refer...
Robert Lustig (again)
Beek in Couch to 5K4 years agoPOPULAR
I would not like anybody think that I am being judgmental or critical in any way. I am trying to find out information for myself to help me ...
Hidden in Thyroid UK6 years agoPOPULAR
Well, what do we think of this latest food 'scare'?
In the UK we've had a few.....
I remember Mum taking the tins of salmon off the p...
Has anyone else developed severe migraine since having meningitis?
Covenham in Meningitis Now5 years ago
I was seriously ill and hospitalised with Meningio-Encephalitis in August 2011. Over the past two years I have been experiencing regular 'ep...
Safe Eating for Poor Immune Function - Beyond the Neutropenic Diet
AussieNeil in CLL Support Association5 years agoPOPULAR
I've had to re-evaluate my diet recently due to a worsening neutrophil count and it's not much fun! What I did find both interesting an...
A Year with Head Trauma, Mild Brain Injury
jriddell in Headway6 years ago
A repost of my blog from a couple of months ago, a year after being hit by a car in the Caribbean...
It’s my birthday and Facebook does the...
Friend or not a friend??
Superwoman in MPN Voicea year agoPOPULAR
I was out with a friend this week, she is a bit or rather a complete health freak!!! Which I except, but she started spouting on ab...
Stobborn or Realistic
Justleaveme in Oesophageal Patients Association2 years ago
I am new here - 53 year old, female. Diagnosed with Achalasia almost 3 years ago. Have had 5/6 dilatations to date. Space in between usua...
Why do things go downhill in the evenings?
Wanabe in Weight Loss NHS4 years agoPOPULAR
I have about 21 lbs to lose to get back to the size 10/12 I have been my whole adult life, but last 3 years I've got into some real bad habi...
Mannitol and why some may not respond
easilly in Parkinson's Movement10 months agoPOPULAR
I think that some people taking mannitol for PD may think its only benefit for PD is the potential to reduce alpha synuclein aggregation, bu...
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