Frostie

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Name: Frostie
Date registered: August 1, 2012

Latest posts

  1. It Happened To Me: I’ve Been Judged For Not Wanting Babies — May 23, 2017
  2. Screening programme reduced life-threatening infection in newborn babies by over 80% — May 15, 2017
  3. Funding Initiative aims to Provide all UK Neonatal Units With Personalised Video — May 11, 2017
  4. Interview with Sarah Beeny for How To Live Mortgage Free — April 28, 2017
  5. Don’t Be Afraid of Disability: A Guide on Acceptance And Inclusion — April 24, 2017

Most commented posts

  1. Win a Box Full of Divine Chocolate In Time For Easter. Two To Giveaway — 279 comments
  2. Win a £35 Hamper That’s oh so Divine — 194 comments
  3. Win Wine And Champagne Courtesy of BAFTA — 137 comments
  4. Win Stylish Clarks Brogues Courtesy of Brantano — 67 comments
  5. Win Handmade Baby Clothes & Hat From CobWebKnits — 14 comments

Author's posts listings

May 23

It Happened To Me: I’ve Been Judged For Not Wanting Babies

  Here, Louise, 38, tells Pink Parcel about her decision not to have children… “My mum was a childminder so I grew up in a house full of babies. A travel cot sat permanently in my bedroom for their daytime nap, I’d sit and eat breakfast with a toddler or two at the table, and …

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May 15

Screening programme reduced life-threatening infection in newborn babies by over 80%

A leading London hospital dramatically reduced the rates of a life-threatening infection in newborn babies thanks to a simple screening test. New research published today from a pilot study[1] at Northwick Park Hospital reports that screening pregnant women for group B Strep (GBS) reduced the rate of these potentially deadly infections in their newborn babies by 83%. The …

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May 11

Funding Initiative aims to Provide all UK Neonatal Units With Personalised Video

Personalised video specialists, vCreate, today announce a new funding initiative aimed at ensuring that all 200 UK neonatal networks are equipped with personalised video by 2018. According to Bliss, the UK’s special care baby charity; over 90,000 babies are admitted to neonatal care in the UK because they have either been born prematurely, or full term …

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Apr 28

Interview with Sarah Beeny for How To Live Mortgage Free

Your new show is How to Live Mortgage Free. Explain what it’s all about. Obviously with no money, you can’t own a house. But if you have some assets, let’s say you’ve saved up enough for a deposit, or you’ve got some capital in your home with a big mortgage, is there a way of …

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Apr 24

Don’t Be Afraid of Disability: A Guide on Acceptance And Inclusion

There are approximately 40,000 people with Down’s syndrome living in the UK, and over 10 million people with disabilities in Britain*. Therefore, with 15% of the population living with a disability, it is essential that people are understanding and knowledgeable when it comes to inclusion. Inclusion is relevant to everybody through all stages of life, …

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Apr 20

CanO Water Opens Educational Hub to Encourage Londoners to Think about Swapping Single Use Plastic Bottles

CanO Water, the alternative to single use plastic bottles, is launching a new campaign to encourage Londoners to be more environmentally friendly. The #canthebottle education hub, in Old Street station, will raise awareness of the damaging effects of using plastic. The campaign encourages Londoners to visit the hub, and drop off their plastic bottles, receiving in return, a more …

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Apr 18

Carol Smillie & The Underwear Changing Women’s Lives

It is not easy being a woman. First there are periods, then possible post maternity leakage (do this pelvic exercises now!) or other bladder issues. But help is at hand at last: DiaryDoll are a range of protective underwear with a concealed waterproof layer which offers girls and women that extra peace of mind and comfort. DiaryDoll is a …

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Apr 14

It Happened To Me: A Tampon Got Lost In My Body

There is nothing like sharing stories to make you feel like you’re not alone in a situation – we can all identify with a bit of true-talk after all. Not only that, being open and honest about real things that happen to real women is the fastest way to smash taboos and get us all talking about tricky topics. Femcare subscription service Pink …

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