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World Health Day is an annual global health awareness day celebrated on 7th April, to mark the foundation of the World Health Organisation. The WHO’s aim is simple “health for all” – to give people access to healthcare, without the risk of financial hardship. On this important day, we wanted to use the opportunity to draw attention to pressure ulcers and offer some advice on how to deal with them.
Here at LimbO, we love Easter. As well as signalling the start of spring and warmer months, it’s a great excuse to get crafting and cooking with all the family. Here are some of our favourite items to make in the coming weeks. 1. Rice crispy cakes (image source) They’re easy-to-make and require no baking - rice crispy cakes are an Easter classic. Kids can help out with the process and they’ll be proud of the results!
After your child has had a cast put on, of course the main focus should be on pain relief and recovery. Quiet activities such as reading and tablet time will be enough to keep them occupied. But no doubt, before long, they’ll start to get restless. We’ve got some suggestions for gentle activities to keep them entertained, without doing any more damage, but, of course, we recommend you check with a doctor before any physical activities.
Due to adverse weather conditions, all deliveries may be delayed. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.
Feeling a bit miserable? It could be the effects of Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year. Falling on the third Monday of January, it’s the day when most of us begin to regret our overspending and overeating during December. It still feels as though the next pay day is too far in the future and what with going back to work and taking down the decorations, it’s no wonder it leaves us feeling blue. Don’t worry, here at LimbO HQ we’ve put together five ways to beat Blue Monday and show it who’s boss. Follow these easy steps and let’s turn today’s frown upside down.