12May/21
fit healthy without pain injury midlife

Ask the doctors: How to stay fit and healthy without pain and injury

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

COMING SOON: Ask the doctors: How to stay fit and healthy without pain and injury JOIN US FOR AN EXCLUSIVE Q&A WITH FIVE OF THE WELLINGTON ELSTREE’S TOP ORTHOPAEDIC EXPERTS Date: 20Read More…

13Apr/21
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Does private healthcare cover women’s health issues & the menopause?

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

When it comes to menopause many of us want to know if private healthcare covers women’s health issues & the menopause.  As we age, we all know that it becomes more likelyRead More…

10Apr/21
brain fog anxiety nutrients

Top nutrients to help ease brain fog, anxiety and low mood

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

Brain fog, anxiety and low mood are among the common symptoms surrounding menopause which can affect you doing your day-to-day activities. Jenny Carson, senior nutritionist at Viridian Nutrition discusses how modifying your dietRead More…

24Mar/21

Multivitamins for every age and stage

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

Did you know that your nutritional needs will vary depending on your age, overall health and lifestyle? In this guide Jenny Carson, senior nutritionist at Viridian Nutrition takes you through the nutritionalRead More…

16Mar/21
what kind of tired are you

What kind of tired are you? 4 ways to boost your energy levels

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

What kind of tired are you? Take the tiredness quiz and find out the different ways that you might be tired. Registered nutritional therapist Jackie Lynch shares her four ways to boostRead More…

09Mar/21
what happens to feet as you age

What happens to your feet as you age? (And here’s what you can do about it)

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

What happens to our feet as we age and get older? What are the common foot issues we might experience? David Gordon aka The Bunion Doctor explains how to keep your feetRead More…

04Mar/21
too late your pelvic floor kim vopni

Is it too late to fix your pelvic floor?

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

Does menopause mean it’s too late to fix your pelvic floor health? No! While pelvic floor dysfunction can be more common around the time of menopause, Kim Vopni, author of Your PelvicRead More…

21Feb/21
Elaine Miller Gusset Grippers The Latte Lounge

Pelvic Health – it’s no laughing matter (or is it?)

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

Let’s get intimate – with Elaine Miller aka Gusset Grippers Our pelvic health is intrinsically linked with our relationships, self-esteem and overall wellbeing. After all, if you’re scared of leaking, always lookingRead More…

05Feb/21
osteoporosis and menopause

Osteoporosis & Menopause: Causes, risk factors & treatment

Founder at The Latte Lounge
Katie is the CEO & Founder of The Latte Lounge. She is happily married with 4 children and 1 Cavachon!.

She has worked for the past 30 years in PR, Marketing, Event Organising and Fundraising for a variety of charities and set up this platform after suffering for 4 years from debilitating peri-menopause symptoms at the age of 45.

She is now passionate about helping all women in all areas of their lives, by providing them with a forum that offers support and signposting throughout midlife and beyond!
Katie Taylor

Osteoporosis is a condition that affects our bones. Being female, increasing age and the menopause are all risk factors for developing osteoporosis. GP & Women’s Health Specialist Dr Rachel Hines explains theRead More…

22Jan/21
toilet door sign for bowel cancer symptoms

Bowel cancer – signs, symptoms and treatment

Dr Philippa Kaye is a GP, author, journalist and mother.This means that she is busy, really busy and while others may dream of long indulgent weekends, she dreams of a lie in until 8.30am – that extra hour and a half makes all the difference, ask any parent!

Philippa is one of those irritating clichés, she really did always want to be a doctor, apart from a very brief spell of aspiring to be a ballerina (also a cliché, sorry). But she has always been fascinated by science and by people and medicine is a career which thankfully combines the two. She grew up in a very large and noisy family, where everyone knows everything about everybody. This may have led to her becoming quite nosy, some people may prefer the term ‘interested’, but the truth is, she is nosy, but as a doctor this can be a great thing because a bit of nosiness helps to find out about people which may in turn affect their health. But this interest extends into other areas of life and Philippa is often found with her family at a museum, gallery or just exploring because everything and everyone has a story to tell.

Dr Philippa is a Londoner and only moved away for three years while studying at Downing College Cambridge, before returning to Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’ medical school for her clinical training. Once qualified she got married and started having babies all in the midst of training in paediatrics, gynaecology, care of the elderly and acute medicine, psychiatry and then general practice.She now works as a GP in both privately and for the NHS, before running home to the chaos of a house with a husband and three small children.

Dr Philippa knows that one of the core skills of medicine is being able to translate ‘medicalese’ into English and has used this skill to write five books on subjects ranging from pregnancy to child health and development. She is the medical expert for Woman,My Weekly Special and Smallish magazines and regularly contributes to the print and online press. She has previously been the medical expert for various magazines such as Junior, Sugar, Prima and Mother & Baby.

As with many working mums, Dr Philippa has a second job – parenthood, which truth be told is often tougher than the doctor day job! Most of her spare time is taken up with family and she is happiest cooking in her kitchen surrounding by family and friends, talking, eating and laughing, a lot.

Dr Philippa Kaye was once optimistically measured at 5 ft and ¾ of an inch. That ¾ of an inch is very important to her and should not be forgotten.
Dr Philippa Kaye

Bowel cancer is the fourth most common cancer in the UK and the second most common cause of deaths. Bowel cancer survivor Dr Philippa Kaye shares the symptoms and treatment and explainsRead More…