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June 2017

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You Glow Girl!
Combat the effects of naughty misbehaving skin caused by hormone changes in trimester one and two of pregnancy, with mama mio’s new friendly facial mist, Way to Glow. Filled with anti-inflammatory actives, it not only helps calm sensitive and fatigued skin, but brightens and cools skin whilst on-the-go, it’s not called having a ‘bun in the oven’ for nothing, especially in summer. The perfect beauty handbag essential to feel calm, collected and refreshed throughout pregnancy. Available from mamamio.com RRP £23/100 ml.

Good-For-You Desserts
New to the UK market, Certified Organic RHYTHM108 snack bars are inspired by the “Eat Real, Be Real” ethos of The Yogi, providing the answer for health-conscious consumers looking for a sweet treat. They’re a powerhouse of natural calcium, fibre and energy, handmade in-house in Geneva by expert patissiers, with calorie counts as low as 159 per 42 gram bar and available in five delicious flavours Apple Pie, Banana Muffin, Choco-Walnut Brownie, Coconut Macaroon and Lemon Cake. Look out for these tasty snacks in independent health stores RRP £1.60 per bar.

Keeping Smiles Bright
National Smile Month runs until June 15, and with Den Tek’s extensive range of interdental products for all ages, helping the kids maintain a good oral healthcare routine all year round is child’s play. Keep their smile in tip top shape with fruit-flavoured and child-size Fun Flossers (RRP £4/75 CT) and their toothbrush germ and bacteria free with a fun Toothbrush Cover (£3) which easily attaches to a mirror or tiles. Find the complete range at Boots.

Happy Feet
With summer and sandal wearing on the way, the last thing you need is an unattractive foot infection. Protect all your family’s little tootsies against veruccas, warts, Athletes Foot and nail fungus with Excilor 3-in-1 Protector Spray (RRP £9.95/100ml), a unique product which provides a water-resistant barrier, similar to an ‘invisible sock’ that will keep feet safe and happy for a minimum of eight hours. Safe for use from 2 years+.

Health Update
The Chief Executive of leading acquired brain injury rehabilitation charity, Brain Injury Matters, has raised concern at the potential number of new cases of children with a brain injury each year in Northern Ireland. An exact figure is still not fully known as many with mild to moderate injuries do not often lead to hospital admission and a large number being recorded under other conditions (for example, meningitis). Early identification of an acquired brain injury in children is vital as difficulties may not be evident initially, but gradually develop into problems as the brain matures.

Fiona McCabe, Chief Executive, Brain Injury Matters said: “The actual number of children with a brain injury is largely unknown which is highly concerning as the lack of service provision and recording of overall injuries is relatively poor. From evidence elsewhere in the UK, and what we know anecdotally, we suspect that there could be as many as 1,000 new cases of brain injury in children per year in Northern Ireland.”   

One way in which Brain Injury Matters is helping children with brain injury across Northern Ireland is through its Family First programme, in partnership with Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and funded by Big Lottery NI which provides support for families and children who have been fortunate to have had an early identification. More information can be found at braininjurymatters.org.uk
 

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