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Physiotherapy and Mastitis

On September 15th, 2017, posted in: Blog, health and Wellbeing, physiotherapy by 0 Comment

Mastitis is a condition that usually occurs in breastfeeding mothers. It is defined as inflammation of the breast, and characterized by symptoms that include redness, breast pain, swelling and flu like symptoms. Mastitis can occur with or without infection. It is impossible to determine from the signs and symptoms alone whether an infection is present...

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We Were Designed to Be Athletes

On August 17th, 2017, posted in: Blog, Exercise, health and Wellbeing by 0 Comment

The human body was perfectly designed to perform dynamic movements. The structural framework of the human body was created for survival in the environment in which we live and interact. Survival requires strength and endurance, which our musculature provides. Perceptual organs from the bottom of our feet to the top of the neck provide awareness..

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Probiotics – The Wonder Bugs!

On August 16th, 2017, posted in: Blog, health and Wellbeing by 0 Comment

The gut microbiota, which describes the microorganisms living and growing inside your digestive tract, is a hot topic right now! Exciting new research indicates, these microbes have a profound impact on the many aspects of your health and well-being. Taking probiotics (specific strains of beneficial bacteria) can positively influence these microorganisms and lead to improvements,..

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Do you eat Chips?

On July 25th, 2017, posted in: Blog, health and Wellbeing by 0 Comment

If chips is part of your regular menu , especially of your children`s, you must know the damages it may cause you During the frying process of the chips a chemical called acrylamide is being released. Acrylamide has been detected in a range of foods including fried or roasted potatoes,cereal based products, biscuits, crackers, toasts,..

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