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Heelys can be a fun, safe way to play

Most parents of children aged five and over will have come across Heelys: the trainer style shoe with the skateboard-like wheel in the heel. The Heely, in brief, is a cool looking skate-shoe, available in every conceivable colour and pattern, that enables kids to transform an ordinary walk into a much more lively and interesting journey altogether. Kids never need reasons to want Heelys, that they are “awes ...

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Mole removal: what are the options?

Do you have unwanted moles or skin lesions you’ve always wanted removed, but worry about the surgery leaving a scar? Would you be interested in a revolutionary new way of removing unsightly moles, warts and other skin lesions? Happily, there’s now such a thing.   Radiosurgery Radiosurgery utilises ultra high frequency radio waves, or ‘RF’, which literally vaporize the cells of the mole or skin lesion, ...

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Understanding gluten free

  More people are becoming aware of their dietary needs and are learning to be conscious of what they consume. Gluten and wheat free choices haven't always been as widely available as perhaps they could be. But now, with careful preparation from your trusted baker, Warbutons, your meal time favourites can now be catered for hassle free! You don't have to miss out on variety whilst taking care of your body's ...

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Unveiling the truth about infertility

With egg freezing and IVF high on the UK news agenda, there is much speculation surrounding the topic of assisted fertility. From lifestyle choices that might thwart the chances of conceiving, to selecting the gender of your future baby, there’s an awful lot of confusion about fertility and fertility treatments. To separate fact from fiction, internationally renowned Dr Manuel Muñoz of IVI Fertility Clinic ...

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Roller Skating – why the grown-ups should get their skates on too

If you have always considered roller-skating to be an activity reserved for children, it might be time to take a second look. Across the UK, it’s the grown ups who are having all the fun, as people realise the health benefits of donning their skates; “Exercise doesn’t have to be boring any more!” they cheer as they lace up and head out. Roller skating for fitness makes a lot of sense: it can provide a cardi ...

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Super you with confidence!

Does your confidence sometimes fail you? Has life’s curveballs got the better of you? Have you forgotten about your dreams when you were young – being Superyou?! Rosie Banks was always anxious, believing that people judged her. Her low confidence level was affecting her work and relationships. “I’d already read loads of self-help books, but nothing seemed to work. My Mum recommended Lindsey’s Confidence Wor ...

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WIN! A £600 voucher for confidence coaching – a life changing opportunity!

Do you want to change or improve your life? Do you want to be more confident? Do you want 2015 to be YOUR year? Glows Coaching is giving At Home readers the chance to win £600 worth of coaching. With the festive season in mind, the lucky winner can use this voucher for themselves or for their loved one – an unforgettable present! The £600 Glows coaching voucher can be used for a combination of the following ...

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Top 5 tips on how to walk in your Christmas party heels

On the 12th day of Christmas your true love gave to you… a gorgeous pair of new Jimmy Choos. But then the panic sets in, and a social anxiety fills you with the image of your grand entrance to the staff christmas party ending in you and your four inches in a dishevelled heap on the floor. That is not the ideal glamourous wrap to your year that you had wished for. To save some embarrassment and hopefully som ...

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A healthy festive feast

The Christmas season is upon us and, for many of us, Christmas dinner is a large and lavish affair. It is often one time of the year that healthy eating habits and diets are put on hold. Although the annual festive feast has a bit of a reputation for being a lard-fest, some of the foods on the menu are surprisingly healthy. A few alterations may increase the nutritional value of this special meal and also r ...

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Drinking Myths: Facts vs Fiction

When it comes to booze, can you tell the old wives' tales from the reality? You could be putting your health at risk if you don't wise up to the truth about your tipple...  1. It’s OK to drive after a couple of drinks No, it isn’t. You can never be sure exactly how much will take you over the limit, and even a tiny amount of alcohol can cause slower reaction times and difficulty processing information. The ...

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