Make Time for You
Like you we too need to take that 10 minute time out during the day and we hope we can help with that. We've lots of news and some great competitions coming up to help combat the dreadful rainy weather we've got at the moment. So sit down, take a deep breath and chill with our pages for 10 minutes.
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Ford is once again partnering with road safety charity, the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) and the Automobile Association (the AA) to roll out FREE driver training programmes to UK drivers aged 17-24.
Similarly to her pregnancy with Prince George, unfortunately Kate Middleton is currently being treated at Kensington Palace for acute morning sickness. With this in mind, we wanted to draw your attention to Hyperemesis Gravidarum, the rare morning sickness condition resulting in dehydration and weight loss. Dr James Nicopoullos, Consultant Gynaecologist and Subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine & Surgery at The Lister Hospital, London (http://www.thelisterhospital.com/) comments below about the prevalence of the condition, it's potential impact on the baby, and how expectant mothers can ease their symptoms.
The back to school period is a tough time; somewhere along the way all the school paraphernalia magically disappeared and uniforms and school shoes have shrunk to just too small! And now you have to get your children back into a regular sleep routine too! Phew… What a tall order?!
More than a quarter of parents plan to treat their kids to new gadgets ahead of the autumn term, spending an average £329 per family. School satchels now contains £130 worth of gadget. More kids now do their homework on tablets than desktop computers and the majority of parents agree technology gives their kids an educational advantage, but 66% have concerns about their reliance on spellcheck and on its effect on their handwriting
August and September becomes a nerve wracking time for students about to embark on their University adventure but what most young people don’t realise is that it’s a pretty stressful and hectic time for parents too!
Kettle, toaster, cutlery, bedding, laptops and books, the list of things to buy can seem endless, and very expensive.