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  • 9 Feb 2016

    JOIN OUR BEAUTY CLUB

    We are running The Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards this month and looking for a team of dedicated testers to try out gorgeous natural products and write reviews. If you think you have what it takes, please read on to find out how to join our Beauty Club. […] more

  • 7 Feb 2016

    Last Chance to Enter The Green Parent Natural Beauty Awards 2016

    We're really excited to launch our Natural Beauty Awards 2016. Our awards feature over 40 categories of the very best natural and organic health and beauty brands in the UK, covering everything from organic hair care and chemical-free skin creams to natural baby lotions and pregnancy products. Want to be involved? It's very simple to enter... […] more

  • 23 Jan 2016

    Talking About Sex

    As our children grow from little people into young adults, keeping an open dialogue is probably one of the most important things we can do. Though at times it is hard to find the right words, our youngsters need us to stay open, aware and free from judgement. The idea behind Thinking About Sex Day on 14th February is to encourage everyone to think about the physical and psychological issues surrounding sexual activity. The day is organised by the Sexual Advice Association (formerly the Sexual Dysfunction Association), a charity which aims to improve the sexual health and wellbeing of men and women. […] more

  • 13 Jan 2016

    Nutritional help for female bladder inflammation

    Bladder inflammation can have different causes throughout life, but the main symptoms are the same: a burning pain when passing urine plus intense urgency and frequency of urination. Urethral and bladder inflammation can be caused by sexual intercourse, during which friction can damage sensitive urethral tissue and cause almost immediate problems in the cells that line the urethra. Unwelcome bacteria flourishing in the area of the urethra is another common cause. Problems can be exacerbated by hormonal changes, such as the menopause, and so can increase as the woman gets older. Whatever the cause, a chronic pattern of inflammation is easily established in susceptible women. If you are prone to bladder inflammation you need to pay particular attention to nutrition, sleep and warmth. Jill R. Davies is a Herbalist and Naturopath, and the author of 14 books on Herbal Medicine. Jill lectures in Naturopathy and Herbal Medicine at CNM (College of Naturopathic Medicine). […] more

  • 9 Jan 2016

    8 Ways to beat the January blues

    With January statistically the most depressing month in the UK, we round up eight ways to beat the blues and make January happy and fun. […] more

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