Time to talk

Time to talk

Wherever you are and whatever time day or night, your conversation matters.

One in five mothers suffer from postnatal depression and anxiety during pregnancy and in the first year of their baby’s life.

Don’t suffer in silence, there are people who will listen and who can help you. Pick up the phone and speak to your midwife or health visitor or go and see your GP.

Today is the 2nd of February…a day when conversations change lives, let one change yours today….http://www.time-to-change.org.uk/timetotalkday




Making the most of a GP appointment


Hi my name is…Dr Hazel Carsley.

This post has been developed in conjunction with Dr Hazel Carsley (pictured)–and the Patient Practice Group at Boulevard Medical Practice.

There will of course be times that you’ll need to take your child to see a GP. If you are wondering about how to get your concerns and worries across in the best possible way…. then read on How to make the most of your GP appointment 


Food for thought…


A new year brings a time to think about lifestyle changes. Often our thoughts turn to increasing our activity levels and making healthier choices about the food we eat.

But how often do you think about the food your child eats?

According to a recently released report from the Children’s food Trust 86% of parents worry about how their child eats –particularly younger parents and those with kids aged 4-7.

The report, State of the Nation – What Children in the UK are eating, provides a snapshot on how millions of children ate food during 2016 and the challenges that are facing parents due to the food environment of today’s world. Makes interesting reading http://www.childrensfoodtrust.org.uk/blog/research/son2016/?dm_i=214D,4NXNF,M332WS,HENMI,1