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People who are faced with meningitis and septicaemia have to act fast to help save a life.

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Bacterial meningitis linked to PCOS?

Posted by Angela Davies on 11 October 2014

My 16 year old daughter has just been diagnosed with polycystic ovary syndrome. When she was 8 she contracted bacterial meningitis and septicaemia and we almost lost her. Thankfully she recovered and appeared to have no lasting after effects. However, from the age of 13 she has suffered with debilitating migraines (albeit infrequently) and has fainted on several occasions. The doctor diagnosed low blood sugar and low heart rate (although her blood pressure is ok). I've put this down to puberty so far but now she has been diagnosed with...

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Meningitis hasn’t gone away – it’s still a threat so help save lives this winter

Posted by Chris Head on 16 September 2014

My main concern this year is that people don’t get complacent about meningitis.

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Kilimanjaro

Posted by Carrie Bater on 14 September 2014

Team leading has got to be one of the most challenging, but rewarding things I have ever done. My Kilimanjaro journey started 9 months before my departure date when I took on the role as an Adventure Leader and began a whirlwind of recruitment, fundraising, support, socials, events, risk assessments... You name it, I probably did it. My team were absolutely fantastic and it was great being able to share my fundraising experience with them to make sure each one of them absolutely smashed their targets. I was so busy team leading and...

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