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Why dehydration causes back pain

The discs in your back act as shock absorbers to reduce the wear and damage to your spine. They are made of an outer shell and an inner, almost liquid centre, much like a jam doughnut. The inner centre takes the majority of the load when we stand up. Over the course of a day, the discs lose water and become dehydrated and this is why at the end of the day you are 7-15mm shorter that you are when you first stand up in the morning.


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Why care staff must put hygiene before fashion

With the party season behind us it’s time to reflect on certain care practices. Whilst it is popular to wear false nails, apply coloured nail varnish, wear jewellery or ‘let your hair down’, these give rise to a number of safety and hygiene issues.

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