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Reassurance about the effects of exercise

We all know that regular exercise is “good for us” and the many health benefits of exercise were discussed in a previous blog on the 5th March 2015 – “More on the Benefits of Exercise”. There are certainly grounds to … Continue reading

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The health implications, good and bad, of sickle cell trait

The summer is over and the conference season is nearly upon us. This years Annual Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Conference, organised by Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital, in early October looks set to provide lots of material for the blog. … Continue reading

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More on the benefits of exercise

Following on from the Moving Mountains conference, I have given some more thought to exercise and sickle cell. I discussed this briefly in a previous blog – Lifestyle Choices and Sickle Cell Disease 10/06/2014, but I think it is worth … Continue reading

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Moving Mountains – making the impossible possible with exercise

Yesterday I returned to Churchill College, Cambridge where I started my undergraduate career and medical training some forty years ago. Churchill College with a statue by Barbara Hepworth in the foreground (Four-square, 1966) I always go back with mixed feelings, … Continue reading

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