August 2015

  • Electronic cigarettes (or e-cigarettes) are gaining in popularity. According to ASH (Action on Smoking and Health) an estimated 2.1 million adults in Great Britain currently use them. There has been…

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  • Workplace bullying is sometimes known as the ‘silent epidemic’ and many workplaces don’t have any structures in place to deal with it. This is partly because it’s not always easy…

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  • These days, our working lives are busier than ever. On average, full-time British workers spend 39.2 hours a week at work, according to the Office for National Statistics. On top…

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  • Obstructive sleep apnea (or apnoea) is the most common form of sleep apnea – a common disorder in which you have one or more pauses in breathing whilst you sleep….

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  • ‘Mental health issues should be put on a par with physical health issues.’ Do you agree? If you do, then that means you support the principle behind a concept known…

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  • News stories about the dangers of sitting down for too long at work are something we’re seeing more and more of. The government’s 2011 ‘Start Active, Stay Active’ report recognised…

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  • Many people have hidden chronic illnesses, which can be extremely debilitating, but aren’t necessarily visually apparent to others. Living with these conditions can be particularly difficult because of the natural…

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