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Why Have I Written the Book “Beat Arthritis Naturally”?

It is the year 2013, I’m 20-years-old and two years away from getting my arthritis diagnosis. Lying in bed at university, with swollen fingers and thumbs, I am absolutely exhausted and suffering terribly with what feels like the flu. Unbeknownst to me, my immune system is attacking itself underneath the surface and overproducing fluid that is

Arthritis Dates and Campaigns 2020

With Arthritis (and food) being at the forefront of my mind most days – I thought it would be important at the turn of the new year to have a look at this years’ upcoming awareness campaigns for arthritis across the world and here in the UK especially – with a number of charities leading the way.

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Review: Floatation Therapy with Float Hub UK

          Have you ever had a bath in the dark, with no noise, no distractions, endless space and the complete sense of weightlessness both physically and mentally? For a whole hour? Sounds good doesn’t it? Sounds restful too, and it truly is… And it’s a lot better than what I’ve just described, it’s an hour … Continue reading Review: Floatation Therapy with Float Hub UK