BBC Breakfast report on Lyme Disease with Nicola Seal

On Saturday last week (3rd of May), BBC Breakfast aired with an interesting feature on Ticks and Lyme disease, featuring Professor Richard Wall, a researcher on Ticks, and Nicola Seal who has suffered through Lyme disease and is now an active UK Lyme disease campaigner. Nicola was an active walker and outdoor enthusiast prior to

Care Plus and Brazil World Cup 2014 – Now in English!

You probably noticed that the Care Plus promotion for the Brazil World Cup 2014 wasn’t quite set up for fans of the Three Lions. We wanted our dedicated followers who are trekking out to South America to support the team (or, in the case of Ireland, Scotland and Wales, to watch them fail!) to have

National Walking Month

With our first step into May, we’re entering the UK’s National Walking Month, which means it’s time to think on our feet a little. Walking is the first method of transportation we, as a species, ever had, so it only makes sense that it’s still ever present, and important, in the modern age. The methods

Be Ready For Summer!

The heat is fast approaching, and with it comes a great deal of activity. Because of the mild winter, our local biting insect population is likely to be particularly high this year. That means more people than ever will be looking to protect themselves from bites, whether at home or away, so to help out

New DEET Alternative?

As many of you may know, as well as for those who might not, DEET (aka N,N-diethyl-meta-toluamide) has been the most effective and well-known mosquito and insect warding compound among common products since it was introduced in 1946 by the U.S. Army in order to directly combat the malaria threat in the Pacific theatre. It