Monday, 6 July 2015

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The Leg Shop

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For the past 7 years I’ve been a patient at the Auckland Artificial Limb Centre. ...

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Kids Go Free

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As adults, we understand that our vision may change over time and that we need to regularly test our eyes.

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Food – Energy and Nutrition

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In the previous 2 editions of Grownups we looked at exercise and discussed some general points that hopefully were useful in helping to understand why exercise is important for us as we age.

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Modern Dads

Sixty percent of modern Dads reckon they are better at parenting than their fathers were and I think they are right. My dear old Dad was born in 1907 and he knew exactly what was expected of father. For example, he knew he was the undisputed head of the h

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What causes a droopy eyelid?

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Ageing is usually the primary cause of a droopy eyelid and two conditions are commonly associated with a droopy upper eye eyelid; dermatochalasis and ptosis.

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What eye issues are hereditary?

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A wide variety of eye diseases and issues can be passed on through the genetic material of parents. Read on to find out about some of the most common conditions known to have a hereditary link.

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What happens if you sleep with your contact lenses in?

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Sleeping with your contact lenses in is one of several habits that contacts wearers can fall into. Even if it might seem like too much effort to remove your lenses properly, you should always clean and store them back in their case before falling asleep.

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