Health & Wellbeing

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  1. All forum posts from the old Transition Falmouth website have been transfered as comments to this new website. Posts from the Health & Wellbeing forum are here.

  2. RE: About this Forum

    Hi, I have just registered . I am an Aromatherapist, living and working in Falmouth. I am a passionate gardener and I am getting increasingly worried about the state of our planet. I want to be involved with my local community to do what I can to support the changes that will have to happen. Jan

  3. WIFI HEALTH ISSUES

    Whilst the rest of Europe are reacting to serious health concerns regarding wifi most pubs and restaurants in the Falmouth area have now installed it. Some people experience headaches,dizziness and vision problems whilst the German Govt have now actually warned it’s own citizens against using it yet local businesses seem to think it will increase trade as we can all now surf the internet whilst having a meal or a drink. Quite the opposite is true as many customers will only feel unwell and stop frequenting these places as I and several friends have been forced to do.
    Please visit http://www.mastsanity.org for further extensive info
    but use an old fashioned cable for connection. 😉

  4. Big Garden Birdwatch

    This coming week-end – 26th/27th January – sees the annual RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch when the UK’s biggest exercise in recording our bird-life takes place. The health and well-being of our birds is often said to act as a barometer of our own health and well-being, and that of our planet – and taking part can be good fun as well as educational.

    Anyone who would like to get involved in counting the birds in their own back garden, or other site, can visit http://www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch and download a recording sheet.

    There is also a separate “watch” for schools which runs through until 1st February – go to http://www.rspb.org.uk/schoolswatch for more information

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    Forum inviting contributions from health professionals, patients, therapists, people – anyone with an interest and
    energy to work on a design for the future health of our community.

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