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Childhood cancer: how much could a bald Barbie help?

For some, Barbie dolls are the symbol of adventurous, beautiful and stylish women who can be anything they want to be. Now how can that help little girls who lost their hair due to chemotherapy to fight cancer? I believe: … Continue reading

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Stress! and how to deal with it

Even though we left the necessity of “flight-or-fight” situations behind, stress and anxiety have become major problems in our lives. We are constantly rushing places, pushing us to perform close to our limits, neglect basic needs like eating, sleeping or … Continue reading

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‘Run, pudding, run’ – for cancer research

If you happened to spot a Santa running as fast as he could carrying a Christmas pudding on Saturday in the Covent Garden area, you might have walked into London’s 30th Great Christmas Pudding Race. Teams of six dressed up … Continue reading

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