Earlier in the week, we blogged about Prostate Cancer Awareness. The month of March is also Ovarian Cancer Awareness month. At Healthy Performance Towers, we are doing our bit for Target Ovarian Cancer as we #StartMakingNoise about the symptoms of ovarian cancer. Early diagnosis saves lives! How many women are affected by ovarian cancer? About 7,000 women are diagnosed with … Read moreOvarian Cancer Awareness
As the day’s finally start to get a little bit longer, we quickly move in to March which is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month. Prostate Cancer UK will be holding various awareness talks across the country and Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling will be walking 10 marathon’s in 10 days for Men United March. With this great … Read moreProstate Cancer Awareness in March
Do you start your morning commute with a hot drink from one of the major chains? You could be drinking up to 25 teaspoons of sugar in one drink, according to new research from the campaign group Action on Sugar. They have found that 98% of the 131 hot flavoured drinks found in the big high street … Read moreShocking amount of sugar found in some high street hot drinks
Some media outlets reported yesterday that employee stress is taking a heavy toll on the mental health of bank workers in the UK. Almost three-quarters of bank workers said they were suffering from anxiety attacks, insomnia, headaches and depression, according to a recent survey by the trade union Unite. Most cited heavier workloads as the cause of the … Read moreEmployee stress: the good, the bad and the ugly
With a growing number of onsite health checks to choose from, it can be a confusing process to decide what is best for your organisation’s health and wellbeing strategy. From the spectrum of tests available, it’s essential to include two key areas when you introduce onsite health checks – blood pressure and (if your budget … Read moreOnsite health checks: which tests should you include?