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Bernard Dan Dec 2
Peter Rosenbaum on & : we must think critically& ethically about all intervention benefit claims, encourage research, promote what is demonstrated to ‘work’, prevent harm & resource wasting, and support families
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What Doctors Don't Tell You Aug 14
Feverfew—the common garden plant that combats and arthritic pain—also contains a compound that kills leukaemia, usually considered a chronic and incurable cancer. .
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DoubleBlind Jun 10
11 stories. 2 photo essays. 13 original illustrations. 1 poem. And a whole lotta love. Get your copy of DB’s Inaugural Issue at
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Arts & Health Journal May 3
What is the evidence for the impact of participatory arts activity on cancer patients? This explores the potentially energy-enhancing aspects of arts activities
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A Chronic Voice Oct 29
[Issue 184] for May Not Take Away All the , but They Can Help in Other Ways & of Your Situation is One Way of Taking Control and Moving Forward:
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TheTruthAboutCancer Jan 21
Ditch the pain drugs for headaches and use these instead!
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James Whale Radio 25 Mar 19
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Early Break Mar 5
Young people & families do the kindest things to show their gratitude for the support they receive. Sarah, our Mindfulness practitioner, is going on maternity leave soon and a family knitted her baby boy some lovely items of clothing
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A Chronic Voice Feb 18
" often need to add a range of , professional and/or and services to their plan":
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James Harrison Jun 12
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PlantEd Collective Nov 28
So happy to now have on board for our event on Sunday - facilitating the Q&A discussing & Come and join the discussion! Link below
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Greg Gilles Sep 12
Great words from my sister. She’s always struggled with mental health (there were some really tough times in her teens & early 20s) & it’s great to see her doing better.
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BacksToBasicsOSTEO Jun 22
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A Chronic Voice Oct 17
“none of them bring my pain levels down to nothing but they have a huge effect on controlling my , and the general ‘scariness‘ of having a condition”:
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Sanctuary Magazine 8 Dec 18
Healing Path to Health offers a variety of services – reflexology, Reiki, raindrop treatment, etc. Find out more: - Discover your wellness from within through a more holistic, organic & intuitive approach.
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Les Roberts Hypno Jan 30
I've seen 2 new clients today that have been prescribed anti-depressants. Neither of them know why. If any of our local GP practices want me to come and discuss how I can help patients, please contact me. I'm GHR registered and fully compliant
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Community Chesterfield Feb 11
Welcome tomorrow to at in the Refectory 11am-1pm to meet who would love to share their work in supporting people with cancer & their friends & families.
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Claudia Pagliari Jan 30
NHS Chief Exec let’s rip on Goop quackertainment.
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The Comedy Trust 😁 Oct 2
Not long now until the start of our second Feeling Funny Mum's Stand-Up Comedy Course!💛 We still have a couple of places left on the programme, please do share 👉 helen@thecomedytrust.com
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Sacred Heart University MSAT Apr 12
Students gained some up close experience with unique alternative therapies. SHU staff AT Ben St. Martin, certified in dry needling, discussed the theory and use of dry needling and demonstrated its application techniques on the AT faculty.
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