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First Sight – A Tour of SHINE’s New Premises

September 1, 2013

If you’ve ever visited SHINE’s office tucked away on Alison Crescent you’ll know we’ve tried to make it as friendly as a lot on an industrial estate can be. But there’s no doubting our excitement at our new premises at 300 Prince of Wales Road. Made possible with a generous donation from Manor Right Advice [...]

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SHINE’s Exclusive Festive Tips!

December 20, 2012

According to research, we gain 7 – 10lbs during the festive period.  This is hardly surprising when the average Christmas dinner contains 1,700 calories and it is estimated that we eat on average 6,000-10,000 calories throughout Christmas Day and more if we add in the alcohol.  What makes this even worse is that, according to [...]

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SHINE’s Sport Billy tells his tale

December 20, 2012

Therapy often involves stories, so we were really excited when Therapy Today – the official journal of the British association for Counselling and Psychotherapy asked us to share a story. We decided to ask one of the young people on SHINE’s programmes – Billy Hague – if he’d like to tell us about his experiences. [...]

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Guest Post – Lindsey Reece on children’s gastric balloon feasibility study

December 20, 2012

Here’s the second of our two follow-up guest blog posts from our 2012 AGM last month. We’ve already presented Dr Paul Dimitri’s article on the effects of obesity and this time out Lindsey Reece from the Centre for Sport and Exercise Science at Sheffield Hallam University takes us through a new study from Hallam University [...]

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