March Is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month

Ovarian cancer is the fifth most common cause of cancer death in women. Early diagnosis makes a huge difference so raising awareness is crucial.  Further information can be found at: The Eve Appeal Target Ovarian Cancer Ovarian Cancer Action   Read full story

The UK’s First Children’s Mental Health Week Launched By Place2Be

Today sees the start of the UK's first Children's Mental Health Week (16-22 February). Launched by Place2Be, the charity wants parents and children to know that asking for help is not a sign of weakness. HRH, The Duchess of Cambridge is Place2Be's Royal Patron. The Duchess of Cambridge said: "Through Place2Be I have seen the benefits… Read full story

Cervical Cancer Prevention Week Starts Today

The focus of Cervical Cancer Prevention Week (CCPW), which runs from 25-31 January 2015 is on all things to do with cervical cancer. Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust will launch a new public awareness campaign, #SmearForSmear today. The charity will be asking the public to take a lipstick smear selfie and nominate friends to do the… Read full story

Children – They Just Keep Growing!

We recently wrote about child safety week and how important it is to have the correct child seat at the right time. I was recently asked to review the Monterey2 Expandable Booster from Diono. I could not believe it that we are now on the last level of child seat. Where did the time go?… Read full story

Child Safety Week 2013 – Keeping Our Children Safe

This week is Child Safety Week. Launched by the Child Accident Prevention Trust the week is organised annually to educate and raise awareness of serious childhood accidents, and ways to prevent them. Following a recent study, Diono (a market leading brand for car seats and travel related accessories in over 50 countries) revealed in a… Read full story

Charity Is Asking Women To ‘Make Time for TEA’ in March

This March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and the charity The Eve Appeal is asking women all over the UK to ‘Make Time for TEA (TEA stands for The Eve Appeal). According to the charity over 6500 women are diagnosed each year with ovarian cancer and 4400 will die. It is also the UK's biggest… Read full story