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Did you know? Every year, Action on Sugar arranges the Sugar Awareness Week to help raise awareness of the effect of too much sugar in our diets. This year, Sugar Awareness Week is taking place 20—26 January to celebrate the successes of improvements made to the food industry, raise awareness with the general public and to look at ways to reduce sugar and calorie consumption in the future.
Oh no! If you’re reading this, the chances are you’ve broken your arm or leg or have a serious fracture. If you’re in a cast, it can be difficult to get comfortable and comfort can be especially evasive when you’re trying to get to sleep. This month sees the celebration of the Festival of Sleep day, so what better time to assess your slumber? Here are some tips on how to get more ZZZs while you recover.
If you live with diabetes, you know it can be challenging. But there are a wealth of resources out there that can be useful and make everyday life a lot easier. Connecting with people that have the same condition can make a big difference in making you feel that you’re not alone. We’ve compiled some of the best blogs and websites dedicated to diabetes that create regular informative and inspiring content.
At LimbO, our main aim is to help our customers have a great quality of life. Whether that means enabling them to have a bath when they’re healing from a broken arm, a shower with a foot dressing, or even going outside while wearing a cast, we’ve got our customers covered. As 2019 draws to an end, and we head in to a new year, we thought we’d share some pointers on how to set yourself up for a happy and healthy new year.
With so much going on at this time of year, it can be easy to miss out on all the Christmas goings-on! As you may know, we’re based in Chichester, so we’ve included some of the best things to do locally, as well as nationally, in this round-up of the best Christmas activities. Haddon Hall at Christmas