31 Jan 2007
In this months' bulletin.
30 Jan 2007
We have a fantastic new offer this month. The first 370 people replying via e-mail to NAPS will each receive a free box of CyclePlus herbal teabags from tea specialists Birt and Tang. The offer lasts one month and the lucky winners will have their tea distributed directly from Birt and Tang.
29 Jan 2007
After working for the Association since 1999 Christine Baker is leaving NAPS to run The St Georges Community Children’s Project, a centre for child care in Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Christine will be taking over as Project Manager at the beginning of March.
28 Jan 2007
Plans are now taking shape for the next NAPS Annual Clinical Conference which will be held in London on 28th September 2007.
27 Jan 2007
NAPS is delighted to report that our extremely popular and valuable Forum has received 200,000 hits since its launch in September 2006.
26 Jan 2007
PMS Awareness Week is on the horizon once more launching on September 10th 2007, with a whole host of media representation.
25 Jan 2007
Following in the wake of The Vagina Monologues and Grumpy Old Women, a new show aimed at the more ‘mature’ woman is coming to London next month.
24 Jan 2007
Following hot on the heels of NAPS Chairman Nick Panay and trustee Nigel Denby’s appearance on the BBC Truth about Food programme recently, in which the importance of a calcium-rich diet was discussed, we have reproduced a recipe from Nigel’s latest book The GL Diet Made Easy to help you on your way to eating sensibly.
23 Jan 2007
Results from a recent national survey of 508 women have shown that using Ladycare, a small discreet static magnetic product that comfortably attaches itself to the underwear over the abdomen can significantly reduce menopause symptoms.
22 Jan 2007
NAPS has been contacted by a freelance journalist writing an article on PMS and PMDD.
21 Jan 2007