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May 2022

20 minutes a day keeps the doctor away for National Walking month, and are you maintaining quality social connections this Mental Health Awareness week?

April 2022

Find out how to hack your happiness hormones for Stress Awareness Month and get moving more for On Your Feet Britain!

March 2022

Are you talking about cancer in the workplace? March is Prostate Cancer and Ovarian Cancer awareness month.

February 2022

Don’t forget to check your heart health this National Heart Month, and find out how you can encourage speaking about mental health in the workplace in light of Time to Talk day.

January 2022

Are you taking part in Dry January 2022? Do you know the implications of obesity in the workplace?

November 2021

What can you do to promote prostate cancer in the workplace? Is alcohol effecting productivity in your workplace? Read November’s newsletter to find out more.

October 2021

What does it mean to have high cholesterol? And do you correctly take care of your back? Find out in this month’s newsletter.

September 2021

In this month’s newsletter, ‘Know Your Numbers’ and how high blood pressure can affect your health, along with exercise and your heart rate training zones are the focus.

August 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we look at the link between our nutrition and mental health and how sleep affects workplace productivity.

July 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we look at ways of boosting employee morale upon returning to the office and the importance of hydration and SPF.

June 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we take a look at the link between type-2 diabetes and our nutrition, as well as how men’s health has changed over the years.

May 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we delve into this years Mental Health Awareness week theme of ‘nature and the environment’.

April 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we share our tips on how employers can reduce the stress of returning to work for their employees and why it’s so important to move our body’s and be less sedentary.

March 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we look at why sleep is so important to our health and whether Covid-19 has impacted the way we are eating and drinking.

February 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we focus on how we can keep our heart healthy throughout National Heart Month 2021 and beyond as well as sharing our favourite pancake day recipes with you.

January 2021

In this month’s newsletter, we look at all the benefits of taking part in the popular annual events – Dry January and Veganuary.

December 2020

In this month’s newsletter, we give you a look back on our 2020 as well as a reminder to look after your mental and physical health during the Christmas break.

November 2020

In this month’s newsletter, we look at all aspects of Movember including men’s mental health, prostate cancer and testicular cancer.

October 2020

In this month’s newsletter, we look at the effects of alcohol and why you should consider going ‘Sober for October’. You can also find out what our top 5 foods for healthy liver function are.

September 2020

In this month’s newsletter, we discuss cholesterol and provide you with our top tips to keep your cholesterol levels in check and boost heart health. 

August 2020

In this month’s newsletter we discuss hypertension (high blood pressure) and provide you with our top tips to reduce blood pressure. 

July 2020

In this month’s newsletter we explain what resilience is and provide you with actionable tips on how to become more resilient. 

June 2020

In this month’s newsletter we discuss health assessments. A health assessment is the perfect way to gauge your health and act as a benchmark for further improvement.  

May 2020

New figures show that there are 3.8 million people living with a diagnosis of diabetes in the UK, of which 90% of those have type 2 diabetes. Many cases of type 2 diabetes can be prevented or delayed simply by adopting some health lifestyle choices. In this month’s newsletter you will learn more about diabetes including our top tips to reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

April 2020

In what has been a challenging and unsettling time for many, it’s never been more important to look after our mental health. In this month’s newsletter we discuss mental health at work and provide you with our top 10 tips for good mental health.

March 2020

Stress is completely natural and in some circumstances it can be helpful. Unfortunately, too much pressure, too often can be harmful and can negatively affect our mood, sleep, relationships, and long-term health. In this month’s newsletter, we provide more information about stress, including the warning signs and how to reduce stress in the workplace. 

February 2020

Sleep. We all know how important it is, but are you getting enough? In this month’s newsletter, we provide 5 tips to getting a better night’s sleep. 

January 2020

We all know the importance of our heart, but are you making conscious dietary decisions to optimise heart health? In this month’s newsletter, we provide tips to boosting heart health through nutrition.

December 2019

Whilst the festive period is often a joyous time full of social interactions and valuable time spent with loved ones, the winter months that follow can sometimes leave us feeling a little down in the dumps. In this month’s newsletter, we provide tips to combating seasonal affective disorder.

November 2019

Anger is a very powerful emotion and has a physical effect on our bodies. However, there are more positive ways to channel this emotion and use the power it brings. In this month’s newsletter, we look at turning anger into motivation. 

October 2019

It’s National Stress Awareness Day on Wednesday 6th November and we are discussing keeping calm in stressful situations.

September 2019

This October, Macmillan Cancer Support are encouraging people to stay off alcohol for the 31 days in October and raise money at the same time. In this month’s newsletter, we look at how you can do this and the benefits of doing so.

August 2019

In this month’s newsletter, we look at the ways in which you can improve your bladder health.

July 2019

The holiday season is fast approaching and it is an ideal time to exercise together. Here, we look at the benefits of exercising as a family or with friends.

June 2019

Everyone is affected by damage to the skin from the sun. In 2018, 35% of people in the UK were burnt at least once, and 28% of those said they were burnt on 3 or more occasions. Find out more about this.

May 2019

The liver is one of the largest organs in the body and performs many functions, it’s time to love your liver. 

April 2019

Raised blood pressure is the number 1 contributing risk factor for global death, do you know your measurements?

March 2019

Contrary to popular belief stress isn’t a medical condition, however, when the effects of stress overwhelm our lives, we become more at risk of developing other mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.

February 2019

In the UK, 1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer at some point in their lives. Whilst there is currently no screening tool for ovarian cancer. For both, knowing the symptoms is the key to early diagnosis.

January 2019

Contrary to popular belief stress isn’t a medical condition, however, when the effects of stress overwhelm our lives, we become more at risk of developing other mental health conditions such as anxiety and depression.

December 2018

Christmas is a time of celebration,relaxation and good cheer. Here are a few tips to help survive and enjoy the busiest time of the year without grinding yourself into the ground.

November 2018

Every 15 minutes someone in the UK is diagnosed with bowel cancer, that’s over 41,000 people a year. In this month’s newsletter, we look at how early diagnosis can save lives.

October 2018

Of all the reasons to get a good night’s sleep, protecting your heart might not be top of your list, but maybe it should be? In this month’s newsletter, we look at heart health.

September 2018

According to the NHS, back pain is the single largest cause of disability in the UK. In this month’s newsletter, we look into looking after your back.

August 2018

‘Know your Numbers’ is a yearly campaign run by Blood Pressure
UK. In this month’s newsletter we take a look at this campaign.

July 2018

Distinguishing between our hectic work schedules and our personal lives is vital to help us feel happier, healthier and more productive in all aspects of our lives.

May 2018

Diabetes occurs when the level of glucose (sugar) in the blood becomes too high. Discover more about Type 1 diabetes

April 2018

With the warmer months on the horizon, we’ve put together a few tips on how to make the most of your time in the sun whilst taking care of your health.

March 2018

Our digestive system is set up to provide us with the energy and nutrients we need for our bodily functions to perform at their best.

February 2018

Did you know that you could survive for three times as long without food as you could without sleep?

January 2018

Over the festive season, we have spent 10 billion hours sitting down and have gained 19.5 million stone. Has the festive season affected your health?

December 2017

January is fast approaching and with it the traditional New Year’s resolutions. We all make resolutions with enthusiasm, optimism and positivity but rarely do they make it past the end of the month.

November 2017

Are you suffering from the winter blues? The days are getting shorter; it’s dark on the way to work and dark on the way back. Rainy, windy weather, icy roads and frozen car windscreens. The winter can seem a gloomy time of the year.

October 2017

Since 2003, the Movember Foundation have been tackling some of the biggest health issues faced by men: prostate cancer, testicular cancer, mental health issues and suicide prevention.

September 2017

National Cholesterol Month is devoted to raising awareness of the dangers of high cholesterol and to help fundraise for the lifesaving work that Heart UK provide.

August 2017

Sickness absence accounts for over 137 million lost working days per year. According to the Office for National Statistics, in 2016, sickness absence accounted for 137.3 million lost working days. This equates to 4.3 days per worker.

July 2017

Summer is the time of year we all look forward to, but did you know that food poisoning cases double during this time to around 120,000 cases nationwide? The biggest cause is undercooking raw meat and cross-contamination of the foods we eat.

June 2017

The summer months are a great time to get outside and enjoy the sunshine (we’re being optimistic), making the most of the longer days, with the dark cold days of winter feeling a million miles away! It is also a time of year when many of us look to improve our health and fitness.

May 2017

Did you know that there are currently 4.5 million people in the UK living with diabetes, and 11.9 million more are at increased risk of getting Type 2 diabetes.

April 2017

Good mental health is more than the absence of a mental health problem. This year, rather than ask why so many people are living with mental health issues, the focus of Mental Health Awareness Week is to uncover why too few of us are thriving with good mental health.

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