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    Chrissy B: ‘This recognition means that the #MHDChallenge is helping people.’

    Christoulla Boodram, better known as Chrissy B, has been awarded a Certificate of Recognition in the British Citizen Awards. The certificate states that Chrissy B has been recognised for ‘her exceptional contribution to society and being an inspiration to other British citizens’. On receiving this certificate, Chrissy said, ‘I’m very happy that the mental health […]
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    Patient Care Group Diabetes awareness event

    On Saturday 25th August 2018, the Patient Care Group held its ‘Diabetes Awareness Day’ at the UCKG HelpCentre’s Rainbow Theatre in Finsbury Park. Similar events were also held in Edmonton, Stamford Hill, Peckham, and Plaistow. The Patient Care Group, the organisers of the event, is made up of dedicated volunteers who are willing to give […]
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    London’s youth stands up to knife crime

    The Victory Youth Group (VYG) held a march on Saturday, 14 July to protest against the recent rise in knife and gun crime among the capital’s youth. Under the slogan “Life’s Worth Living”, around 1,200 people took to the streets, starting at 3pm in Finsbury Park and ending in Wood Green High Road, passing through […]
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    The love of a family is life’s greatest blessing

    First, you are born into a family and eventually, you form your own. It’s a constant stream of love – or at least it should be. To show care and affection, you don’t need to be from a specific walk of life or have a particular social status or income. You just need to decide that they are important enough to receive the love and support that you would also like to get.

    a happy and healthy family life,

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    Nothing to Lose Movie hits the UK

    Thousands of people queued up on an unusually bright sunny day across the UK in order to watch the highly anticipated biopic of Edir Macedo. The Bishop, who is now 73, is the founder and long-time head of the UCKG HelpCentre, a Pentecostal church with a huge following around the world. The film Nothing To […]

    a normal average person, a street preacher, know the other side,

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    8 ways to think more positively

    1.Stop speaking badly about yourself It may seem normal to say self-deprecating things about yourself, but this only brings you down and makes you view yourself in a negative way. Always say good things about yourself and prohibit yourself from saying things such as ‘I can’t’ or ‘no’. 2. Surround yourself with good people Be […]

    from time to time, Take a moment to appreciate,

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    Exercising on a regular basis can ‘keep heart and arteries young’

    Research has shown that exercising four to five times a week is a MUST to stop the main arteries to the heart from stiffening up. Doing any exercise a few times a week can cut the risk of heart problems; indeed, doing the right amount of exercise at the right time in life could reverse […]

    areas of our lives, parts of our body,

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    Everyone loves a wedding

    Weddings are a celebration of love, happiness and hope for the future. A time for all concerned to put aside their cares and to celebrate. Never was this more true than in the case of this year’s royal wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, which took place on 19 May in St George’s Chapel, Windsor, and was absolutely lovely.

    a special chance to see, good health and long life, steal the day,

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    Marks and Spencer to close a dozen stores in the UK

    After a troubled couple of months, Marks and Spencer is expected to announce store closures. The struggling food and clothing retailer already announced the closure of 14 of its stores, putting 468 jobs at risk. In September last year, one of the company’s distribution centres was closed, jeopardising a further 450 jobs. The annual results […]

    Independence Project meetings, part of the business,

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    Cancers can be prevented by lifestyle changes, a study finds

    Four out of 10 cancer cases in the UK would be prevented if people changed their lifestyle habits, in particular, smoking less, eating less junk food, limiting exposure to sunbed tanning and consuming less alcohol. This was shown by a study conducted by Cancer Research UK, which suggests, that more than 2,500 cancer cases a […]

    changes to your life, the past decade, their lifestyle habits,

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