This is a guest post by Healing Holidays, the UK’s leading independent Spa Specialist, who visit and extensively review the world’s best spas, retreats and clinics. Why staying at a menopause retreat can be so beneficial. While a natural stage in every woman’s life, for many menopause is one ... Read More about The Best Places for a Menopause Retreat
This post is written by Dr Karen Morton, Consultant Gynaecologist and Obstetrician, medical director to Dr Morton’s – the medical helpline© and MHM's Medical Adviser discussing vaginal prolapse. ‘So the bottom is falling out of your world…… or the world is falling out of your bottom’ This is ... Read More about What Is A Vaginal Prolapse?
Book review by Julieann Roberts, Editor, Menopause Health Matters. First of all this book dispels many of the myths regarding irritable bowel syndrome triggers and helps you understand that you're not alone and that although it isn't life threatening, IBS can seriously restrict how we live, work ... Read More about Irritable Bowel Syndrome: navigating your way to recovery
Book review by Julieann Roberts. Nature Cures compiled by Nat Hawes has taken over 15 years to complete. resulting in this fascinating compendium of foods and the health-giving properties with which they are associated. Nat's sources range from a lifetime of experience travelling abroad to ... Read More about Nature Cures – The A-Z of Ailments and Natural Foods Book Review
Managing menopause in the workplace is no longer a taboo subject. It is estimated that 70% of women who are at the 'menopausal age' work. This is a huge section of the workforce and, although all women experience menopause differently, many of them could potentially be struggling with their ... Read More about Managing Menopause In The Workplace