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Managing joint pain with physiotherapy

Many of us will suffer joint pain in later life. However a qualified physio can help in a variety of ways Consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr Henry Bourne, who works at BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital, is passionate about providing care tailored to each of his patient’s needs. “Joints and muscles are designed to move,”  he says. “When they are immobile …

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Why aches and pains make life a misery

The devastating impact of joint pain is laid bare in a new survey Those aged 64 and over are more likely to suffer …

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Annie Constantinou

Keep taking the steroids

ANNIE CONSTANTINOU writes hilariously and movingly about the side effects of being on steroids as she battles the ‘C-Word’ I have had …

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Learn the trapeze and live the high life

Tired of Zumba and Pilates? It’s never too late to run away to the circus or at least to a …

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Care Minders

New care and companionship service

New low cost care and companionship service launched across the UK Great Minders is the brainchild of the directors behind one …

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Living with epilepsy in later life

Being diagnosed with epilepsy in later life can be devastating for both the sufferer and their family. DEBORAH PULLEN of www.epilepsyresearch.org.uk describes what …

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Caring for your eyes

There are things we can do to protect our eyes as we get older advises optometrist LESLEY MASON, an optometrist at Space …

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