Month: November 2011

M&S Online Maternity Bra advice Tool

Marks & Spencer has launched an online maternity bra advice tool that gives pregnant women advice on maternity bras and breast health, tailored to their exact stage of pregnancy. The theory – according to Julia Mercer, the Lingerie Technical Manager at M&S – is that women should get their breasts measured every six months to […]

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Britain’s first nappy recycling plant

Oh happy day! Britain’s first nappy recycling plant is opening in a bid to reduce the huge amounts sent to landfill every year, reports Sky News. I’ll never forget: a couple of years ago a friend and colleague told me about her birth experience; she said that on the way home from the hospital, she […]

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Does the pill affect memory?

Does the pill affect memory? Heads up ladies: new research suggests that using ‘the Pill’ interferes with the way information is remembered. A study conducted by the University of California, and published in the Neurobiology of Learning and Memory journal, says that women who take oral birth control tend to remember different aspects of an […]

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What sex is my unborn baby?

Huge news mums and dads: according to a draft resolution passed by a Council of Europe equal opportunities committee, doctors could be barred from telling expectant parents the sex of their unborn baby. ‘What sex is my unborn baby?’ could soon be a question that cannot be answered. Nothing has been finalised but, as reported by […]

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Chicco Special Edition Liteway Glam Review

Chicco Special Edition Liteway Glam Review by Roxanne Billett From the moment the glam came out of its box I was impressed. The most wonderful thing at first sight and touch is the detailed stitch of the autumn leaf coloured leather. It is soft to touch and has a luxury edge. The buggy was incredibly […]

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