2018 NHS staff survey

15th March 2019

Stress in the NHS is at its highest for five years, the 2018 Staff Survey has found. A total 39.8% of staff said they were feeling unwell as a result of work-related stress – which [read more]

Standing desks: are they worth it?

11th March 2019

Standing desks are increasingly being used by those with back problems who find that sitting all day exacerbates their condition. Manufacturers make bold claims, but can they be trusted? Stacy Simon, senior editor at the [read more]

Benefits of outdoor exercise: get spring fit

7th March 2019

When the weather thaws, the flowers bloom and the days get longer, it’s spring—and the best time of the year to take your fitness regimen outside. Here are six research-backed perks of al fresco exercise. Here’s why spring [read more]

5 daily habits to reduce stress

18th February 2019

Everybody’s an expert nowadays. Drink a shot of apple cider vinegar before every meal to lose weight. Wake up at 5 a.m. every day to be more productive. There’s so much advice out there, it’s hard to separate [read more]

How to overcome chronic exhaustion

7th February 2019

Returning to work after the Christmas and New Year break can hit you hard. If you’re struggling to cope, you may be exhausted says Alice Boyes, Ph.D. In this article she identifies some of the [read more]

NHS urged to tackle ‘systemic racism’

18th January 2019

New NHS data shows that race-related workplace discrimination is rising As reported by the Evening Standard, the NHS is being urged to work hard to tackle the issue of ‘systemic racism’. New NHS data has [read more]

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