Tips And Tricks

Mouth sores

Soothing Mouth Sores Dealing with those tiny sores that cause agony! There are prescription and over-the-counter mouth rinses that can be used to ease mouth pain during chemotherapy.  You may need to try several - what works for one might not work for you. I had...

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Clearing out for a purpose

Post Lockdown is time for a good clear out But don't fill up the rubbish bin. Instead, take unwanted clothes, small items etc. to charity shops - to help someone else.  Cancer charities such as Marie Curie, Cancer Research UK etc. have shops in most major towns, plus...

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Tips 3

My tips - which might or might not work for you Having had polio, I was used to thinking about possible reasons for pain attacks, and sorted out the following; often worked for me, but there is NO guarantee they will work for you, so make sure you discuss them with...

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Tips for surviving after cancer

Our 'fight' starts when we finish hospital treatment Recently,  Breast Cancer Care said one in four cancer survivors still face long-term problems arising from treatment.  However, when we need help, the NHS often is unable to provide this, or you have problems...

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Bevan celebrates NHS 70th Birthday

Bevan the Bear celebrates NHS' 70th birthday Meet Bevan - celebrating NHS's birthday. Unlike so many anonymous mass-produced bears sold in gift shops, Bevan has been lovingly crafted with character, and the Trust that runs Shropshire’s two acute hospitals has teamed...

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Hot flushes

Seen on a mug at my surgery:  Don't think of Hot Flushes, think of them as POWER SURGES.  

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