News and Events: Health

The Now and the Next of Wellbeing in the Workplace

Imagine a future where everyone has the right tools at hand to care for their physical and mental wellbeing in the workplace, enabling the supportive…

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How Investing in MSK Issues Can Positively Impact Your Bottom Line

Most adults will experience a musculoskeletal (MSK) condition at some point in their life, whether it’s an injury, a bad back or a chronic condition…

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Integrated Care Pathways: MSK and Mental Health

In the UK, 1 in 8 people of working age report having a musculoskeletal (MSK) condition , and approximately 1 in 4 people will experience…

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Do You Know Your Numbers?

Approximately 16 million people in the UK have high blood pressure, and every year 125,000 adults suffer a heart attack or stroke as a result….

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Migraine Awareness

Migraine Awareness Week

More than eight million people in the UK alone suffer from migraines – that’s more than the whole population of North West England. Today marks…

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Minimise the Effects of a Cancer Diagnosis on Your Workforce

March 2018 is both Prostate Cancer and Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month with leading charities aiming to raise funds to support research into new treatments and…

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Why Quitting Smoking Is Good For You

Smoking is an addiction that affects nine million people in the UK, with 2.9 million using e-cigarettes.  Many people at this time of year have…

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Recharging Your Team’s Health For 2018

We all feel the pinch after Christmas (and not just from our favourite pair of jeans following a month of gorging on mince pies!) and…

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Movember Focus

Focusing on Movember

The Movember Foundation has been running its charitable month “Movember” since 2003 and every year the event continues to grow in popularity. Whilst women raise…

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Get Set Bake!

This week it is National Baking Week — and there is nothing more fun than baking a good cake! Did you know it’s actually good…

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