In 2015 my wife Teresa lost her decade long struggle with Cancer. My apologies for the drama from the get go but there really is no other way to begin to tell this story. So here it goes… read more
Welcome to The Blue Room. Whether you’re raising a family, trying to improve your health and wellbeing, caring for an ageing loved one, or living with a health condition, you’ve come to the right place. We have information you can trust, and real stories to help inspire you to live a longer, healthier, happier life.
If you’re getting older or caring for an ageing loved one, Caring provides advice to help you stay at home longer, make informed decisions about care, be happy, engaged and socially active.View all Caring
With preparation, many older people can fly safely. We look at some tips to help keep them healthy in the air.
It can be hard to know whether a loved one is still safe to drive on the roads but being aware of when they should stop is an important part of… read more
From pregnancy to birth, babies and beyond, Families provides helpful information and resources to help you raise healthier, happier children.View all Families
Here are 6 tips to make caring for you kid's teeth a little easier.
Is drinking coffee bad during pregnancy? Does eating a hot curry bring on labour? We investigate which pregnancy myths you can ignore.
If you’re committed to improving your health, Healthier has the information, inspiration and advice to help you reach your goals.View all Healthier
So many of the people I work with never cook fish. They are scared of choosing the wrong type, over-cooking it, wasting money and find it hard to… read more
Getting a quick pedicure may land your feet in more than just hot water.
Manage & Recover provides information and support to help you or a loved one with a heart condition, cancer or diabetes.View all Manage & Recover
In 2015 my wife Teresa lost her decade long struggle with Cancer. My apologies for the drama from the get go but there really is no other way to… read more
One mum shares what having an eight-year-old son living with type 1 diabetes is really like – for her, for him and for the whole family.
Wish everything that you need to keep on top of your diabetes could be at your fingertips? It turns out there’s more than one app for that.