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January 12th, 2018
Joe Redman
Other
Feeling a bit miserable? It could be the effects of Blue Monday, the most depressing day of the year. Falling on the third Monday of January, it’s the day when most of us begin to regret our overspending and overeating during December. It still feels as though the next pay day is too far in the future and what with going back to work and taking down the decorations, it’s no wonder it leaves us feeling blue. Don’t worry, here at LimbO HQ we’ve put together five ways to beat Blue Monday and show it who’s boss. Follow these easy steps and let’s turn today’s frown upside down.  
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November 10th, 2017
Joe Redman
Business
Here at LimbO Waterproof Prtotectors we fully support the Tissue Viability Society’s goal of providing expertise in wound management and, as our products can contribute to efficient wound care, we benefit greatly from their conferences and research.  
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November 10th, 2017
Joe Redman
Other
  We were at the annual European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel conference in Belfast recently where we met the inspirational and dedicated minds behind treating and, more importantly, preventing pressure ulcers. EPUAP’s aim is to overcome the challenges faced by patients with pressure ulcers, by developing research and educational opportunities to help all of us learn how to reduce the occurrence of a pressure injury, leading to a reduction in both unnecessary suffering and treatment costs.  
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November 10th, 2017
Joe Redman
Other
Here at LimbO we love Bonfire Night. We love the lights, the smells and the sounds; we love the frosty air, boots and scarves but, most of all, we love the food. Any excuse there is for a themed snack and we are all over it! Here are our top five tasty treats that are sure to make your Bonfire night go with a BANG!   1. Hearty Chilli Con Carne.
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October 9th, 2017
Joe Redman
Other
We were at the annual European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel conference in Belfast recently where we met the inspirational and dedicated minds behind treating and, more importantly, preventing pressure ulcers. EPUAP’s aim is to overcome the challenges faced by patients with pressure ulcers, by developing research and educational opportunities to help all of us learn how to reduce the occurrence of a pressure injury, leading to a reduction in both unnecessary suffering and treatment costs.  
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