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March 4th, 2020
Joe Redman
Other
Did you know? This week (2nd – 8th March 2020) is Lymphoedema Awareness Week. The British Lymphology Society’s 2020 campaign is called EveryBodyCan and this special week is also focussing on this message.   What is Lymphoedema?
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March 1st, 2020
Joe Redman
Business
We’ve got a busy year ahead here at LimbO HQ. On top of fulfilling orders and developing new products for our wonderful customers, we also love to get out on the road and meet as many practitioners and clinicians as we can, up and down the country, and introduce them to our products. Here are just some of the events we’ve got pencilled into the diary for 2020. Are you heading to any of them? We’d love to see you there.   Benecare Conference (March 14-15)
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February 22nd, 2020
Joe Redman
Other
It’s approaching that time of year again, it’s Shrove Tuesday! As well as being a great excuse to munch on some tasty pancakes, the day is steeped in historical and religious importance. It’s celebrated around the world and is a fun and tasty celebration for everyone to get involved with. When? The traditional feast day comes up every Spring, before Lent starts on Ash Wednesday, 40 days leading up to Easter. This year, Shrove Tuesday takes place on Tuesday February 25th.
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February 12th, 2020
Joe Redman
Other
Stuck for what to do with your significant other this Valentine’s Day? No problem! We’ve got plenty of ideas, whatever your budget, and wherever you are in the country! It doesn’t matter if you’re coupled up, or have been married for years – everyone can celebrate Valentine’s Day, including those singletons that just want to have a fun evening with friends. So here are some fun and cheap ideas for Valentine’s Day that are also cliché-free!   At Home
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February 1st, 2020
Joe Redman
Other
Nurses and midwives account for nearly 50% of the global health work force. Despite that, there is still a global shortage of health workers, particularly nurses and midwives. Nurses play a crucial role in health promotion, disease prevention and delivering primary and community care. That is why the World Health Organisation (WHO) has designated 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife.
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