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active 23 hours, 17 minutes ago
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  • I have no idea whether that is the case or not, although it does sound plausible but I do think that we should be very careful about what we eat and what has happened to the food before it gets to us. I am currently struggling with meat from corn-fed animals, as I am allergic to corn and trying to work out the history of most meat is a…

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  • cat replied to the topic Mourinho in the forum General Banter 1 week ago

    I don’t want him sacked I just hope he gets disillusioned and leaves.
    Performances are lack lustre and they continually miss chances to close the gap on city.
    He is not a good ambassador for the game and especially United.

  • Lots you can do to help. You might find that rolling your foot over a bottle of water which has been frozen should relieve the pain.

    There are lots of stretches you can do, the most commonly recommended one is to stand on the edge of a step and lower the heel down, stretching out the sole and calf.

    Make sure you are wearing supporting footwear,…[Read more]

  • cat replied to the topic Sepsis arthritis in the forum Health 1 week, 2 days ago

    I was told that one kilo or weight on your body equals 4 on your knees. Have always been lucky enough to have enough physical exercise, manual work/chores to not put on weight, even after ceasing to run a few years ago. We do eat only one meal a day(a big one,) OH, who’s 56 and me at 65, drink a little wine and enjoy desert…but…both feel…[Read more]

  • cat replied to the topic Sepsis arthritis in the forum Health 1 week, 4 days ago

    Surgeon I saw a few years back said he’d do a total knee replacement once I reached 65(three weeks from now,) and the more I hear things like this, the more I might just put it off a bit….

  • Think yourself lucky – when I crushed my foot in a motorbike accident (to the extent I couldn’t put any weight on it whatsoever for over a week afterwards), the kind folk at Huddersfield HRI A&E told me they hadn’t got any crutches, and simply shrugged. Very helpful at 1am, and 25 miles away from home.