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Don’t poison the pooch this Easter!

Easter has just passed and this is a reminder that  Chocolate is harmful to pets.  Burns Pet Nutrition’s annual census recently revealed that many dog owners aren’t aware that chocolate is harmful to their pooch. But they should be vigilant, as mans best friend, can be quite canny at pilfering delicious delights when their back is turned!

Harvester Is Named UK's Best Family Restaurant Two Years In A Row

Harvester Restaurants is celebrating after being named the UK's best family restaurant for the second year running by leading baby charity Tommy's.  Harvester, which has 212 of restaurants across the UK, learnt of its success after the national baby charity announced the winners of its 19th Tommy's Awards at an annual ceremony held at the Landmark Hotel in London.

Mums-to-be planning conception – around weather, weddings and work

Half of modern mums are meticulously planning the timing of their new arrival around weather, weddings and work commitments, a study has found. Researchers found the excitement of discovering a new baby is on the way has been replaced by an operation reminiscent of a military manoeuvre, involving times, dates and even locations.

Children's Charity Urges UK Workforce To Put The Kettle On And Enjoy A Scrumptious Cream Tea

Action Medical Research today launches its 2014 traditional cream teas in a box - delivering direct to workplaces throughout the land on Thursday 19 June.  Hailed by previous customers as the "perfect treat in a box", the organisers are urging all to treat themselves and indulge in one of their Cream Teas. So, schedule in that well deserved tea break to bond with colleagues over a brew whilst doing your bit for charity.

Breakthrough study shows pupils with Epilepsy struggle at school

Young people with epilepsy are unnecessarily falling behind at school and beginning their adult life at a disadvantage, according to research to be launched in Parliament today (March 24) by education and medical charity Young Epilepsy. The findings show that 95% of UK children and young people of school age with epilepsy struggle in at least one area of learning or behaviour, and 40% are functioning in the learning disabled range.

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