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  • Obesity Fears – The Facts

    Obesity Fears – The Facts

    Here are the FACTS: Obesity in the UK, has cost the Economy according to a study from McKinsey & Company approx £49.5billion, making it after smoking the second largest health liability of the UK economy.  If this epidemic is not tackled, then this cost will increase, as the latest predicted figures for Obesity in the UK will increase […]

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  • My Refugee Journey – Day2 at Idomeni

    My Refugee Journey – Day2 at Idomeni

    My Refugee Journey – Day2 at Idomeni Day started about 10am, I would say that those that can afford to buy some of their own food don’t bother getting up for breakfast and lay in, some don’t get up until 11am…  I guess they could be thinking what is the point of getting up? On […]

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  • My Refugee Journey – 4th May 2016 | Day 1 in Idomeni

    My Refugee Journey – 4th May 2016 | Day 1 in Idomeni

    My Refugee Journey – 4th May 2016 | Day 1 in Idomeni After talking to a taxi driver in Macedonia close to the border with Greece, we agreed for him to drop me off in view of the refugees in Idomeni from the Macedonia side of the border…  This was for me to be able […]

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  • My Refugee Journey – 21st April 2016 Belgrade

    My Refugee Journey – 21st April 2016 Belgrade

    My Refugee Journey – 21st April 2016 Belgrade I woke up today to find out that Serbian Police had moved in on the two parks where most of the refugees live and sleep and evicted the refugees from the area.  All tents were confiscated, cut up and thrown in the bin, sleeping bags and blankets […]

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  • My Refugee Journey – Belgrade 17th April 2016

    My Refugee Journey – Belgrade 17th April 2016

    My Refugee Journey – Belgrade 17th April 2016 The day started with heading down to the two parks near the Belgrade railway station where the refugees are situated.  They are two small parks where a strange co-existence of both refugees and locals during the day sit and relax in the park…  During days like today […]

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Principles Of A Good Instructor

Principles Of A Good Instructor

Methods of Instruction: Discipline may compel an athlete to take part in fitness and carry out the exercises set by the instructor, but will not compel others.  The three main components you need are: They are INTERESTED There is INCENTIVE They need to see the REASON for doing an exercise or skill practice To be […]

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safety24.co.uk Unique ID Medical Wristband

safety24.co.uk Unique ID Medical Wristband

A safety24.co.uk medical wristband offers a safe and secure form of personal safety to those who are outdoors carrying no identification. This can be used by Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime where the possibility of injury, accident or losing your way could occur. If something were to happen to you or a family member, if you were […]

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Just Jhoom – Bollywood Inspired Fitness

Just Jhoom – Bollywood Inspired Fitness

Inspired by the glitz and glamour of Bollywood films, Just Jhoom means ‘Just Dance’ and draws on a range of dance styles from classical Indian to Bhangra with dashes of Hip-Hop, Jive & Jazz. Top Sante Magazine said “Just Jhoom! Exercise every part of you – even your eyes…  High-Octane…  Focuses on bringing your heart […]

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Men’s Guide To Prostate Cancer

Men’s Guide To Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer and the second leading cause of cancer deaths among men in the UK.  Yet when detected in its early stages, prostate cancer can be effectively treated and cured.  If you have prostate cancer, are concerned about getting it, or if you’re looking out for the health […]

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Back Pain

Back Pain

Most of us get back pain from time to time, but living an active lifestyle is the best solution. Are You Sitting Comfortably? Poor posture can lead to back pain.  Spending your day sitting at a desk, slouching in front of the TV, sleep in a bed that’s too hard or too soft, and hunching […]

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British Heart Foundation – Annual Supporter Conferences

British Heart Foundation – Annual Supporter Conferences

POWERING RESEARCH – ANNUAL CONFERENCES Hear from the Chief Executive of the BHF Simon Gillespie, about their work over the past year and of the challenges ahead. Ask questions and share your ideas.  Get close to the Heart Research, meet the researchers and hear how your support will help the BHF fund half a billion […]

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The Death of Jo Cox MP – Racist Rhetoric has Consequences

The Death of Jo Cox MP – Racist Rhetoric has Consequences

The following was emailed to me and after reading I thought it was worth sharing… “We must all unite to fight the hatred that killed her.” “While we celebrate our diversity, what surprises me time and time again as I travel around the constituency is that we are far more united and have far more […]

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Orlando Mass Murderer Pledged allegiance to ISIS

Orlando Mass Murderer Pledged allegiance to ISIS

Mass Orlando Mass Murderer Was not On the Terror Watch List, Even Though He Was Interviewed By FBI Twice Since 2013 29yr old US citizen of Afghan decent Omar Mateen last night massacred 50 young people enjoying a night out at gay night club ‘Pulse Night Club’ in Orlando at 2am.  Omar Mateen from Port […]

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A Disgusting PR Campaign Waged By Presidential Hopeful Trump in the Wake of Orlando Massacre

A Disgusting PR Campaign Waged By Presidential Hopeful Trump in the Wake of Orlando Massacre

In the wake of the Orlando mass killings, instead of just showing solidarity and support of the victims, Trump the Republican hopeful for the next President of the USA has used this very sad day as a platform to attack both President Obama and Clinton, as well as use it for political gain. Trump took […]

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Interview with Bian a 13yr Old Girl From Damascus, Syria

Interview with Bian a 13yr Old Girl From Damascus, Syria

I’ve decided to ask the same six questions to the refugee youth of Idomeni to see if any of their thoughts and feelings are different to the adults and to show the dreams of these children who have grown up knowing almost nothing but war. Bian is just like any other 13yr old girl that […]

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