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<t>I saw an interview with a woman from the hospital phone company - she was trying to justify the price increase by saying that the cost of their TV had come down. The interviewer did not mention the fact that you can now use your mobile in hospital (although there are still notices everywhere sayi...
<t>I have just signed this. So glad you told us about this petition, Myrtle! <br/> <br/> My husband only gets the state pension, and although I work, it is still very hard to make ends meet! We can't get any benefits because I work, & he has just been turned down for Attendance Allowance. Oh, hi...
<t>When my husband had his cataract op 4 weeks ago, I was shocked at how badly he & his fellow elderly patients were treated. They all had other medical problems so were kept in overnight. I stayed around all day, as I did not trust what care was being given. I had to chase up what had happened ...
Thank you, Norman. All I have so far is the little Collins Gem book on GI, but it has been helping a lot. My husband had his diabetic review at the GPs today, & they are very pleased with progress, although he still has to loose a lot of weight.

Helen F
<t>Thanks for these links, Sally. To make it more complicated, he has been told to follow a low Glaecemic Index diet for the diabetes, which makes surprising things such as broad beans, parsnips & swedes evil, as they convert into sugar too fast, giving them a very high GI number! He is not supp...
Anyone else caring for someone with severe heart failure, and Type II diabetes? We are finding it so hard to find an interesting diet within all the new restrictions since my husband was diagnosed with Type II diabetes last November! Image

Helen F
<t>Hi! I'd better keep this short, as it is my first post, & things might go wrong! <br/> <br/> I had a Carer's Assessment recently. It was conducted over the phone, which wasn't good for me, as I find this sort of discussion hard - it is better to be face-to-face! I don't feel I said the right ...