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Moving On

from Held

Recovery from alcoholism, including the loss of a child and major physical injuries, and faith in healing from these losses.

The Healthy Epicurean

Buckwheat chocolate cake (gf) and unfettered ambitions

from The Healthy Epicurean

A blog about healthy eating ideas for delicious, nutritious 'real' food with a French twist.


NICE guidance on low back pain & sciatica: #physiotalk Monday 18 April 2016

from physiotalk

Supporting the physiotherapy community through social media

Ovary and out

Carry on…

from Ovary and out

Graphic designer, Breast Cancer at 30 and an overqualified housewife! The great highs, the depths of the lows and why at age 7 do I still have to remind my daughter to say please!


Baby, when to try again? 

from My MMC Story

A blog chronicling my (hopefully successful) pursuit to become a mummy, via repeat missed miscarriage, and a place for others going through similar experiences to share their thoughts.

The Not So Big Society

Pathological Demand Avoidance: does it exist, and if so what is it?

from The Not So Big Society

A blog written by and for those working in or using health and social care.

green swede

Simple Super Salad

from Green Swede

Twitter: @agreenswede

Health concious London mum sharing recipes, green inspiration and encouragment on how to lead a happier, healthier life.


A spoonful of self-pity

from Weaving a way - multi-tasking with MS

Twitter: @samclements1

A mum, a medical student and eternal optimist bogging about multitasking with MS in the Midlands.


Review of the Babymoov Lovenest

from Backsnbumps

My journey through pregnancy after going through 3 major spinal operations. I want to offer support to other pregnant women.


All Wales Epilepsy and Pregnancy Symposium, Cardiff ~ Wednesday 20th April...

from Becoming a Mum with Epilepsy

Twitter: @MumWithEpilepsy

My blog is about my experiences of pregnancy and being a mum with epilepsy and lots of other Mummy bits. I hope it will help other women with epilepsy feel more confident about starting a family.