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    Crohn’s Disease: Some tips for coping at work with an “Invisible Illness”

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    By Kelsea Lindsey, Executive Assistant, American Express Global Business Travel It was 2010. I was 19 years old, studying at university and generally loving life. Out of nowhere, I started getting constant stomach pains, so bad that I would throw up. Six months and a nauseating number of tests later, I was finally diagnosed with […]

    8 of 10 Brits admit to ‘presenteeism’ in the workplace

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    ‘Presenteeism’ – that is, coming back to work when still ill – has more than tripled since 2010. According to a recent CIPD survey, 86 per cent of employees admitting they had observed Presenteeism in the workplace. Research by the Centre of Mental shows Presenteeism from Mental Health alone is estimated to cost the UK […]

    What would happen to your body if you swapped your car for a bike?

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    Cycling to work is better for your health, mentally and physically. The UK is a nation of hardcore commuters. The average worker in the UK today will spend over a year of their life commuting to and from — and it’s taking its toll on us mentally and physically. Merlin Cycles challenged the commuting status […]

    Harley Street Concierge shares new cancer support guide for employers

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    To coincide with World Cancer Day (February 4, 2019), Harley Street Concierge has compiled a new guide to ensure employers are offering the right support to staff with a cancer diagnosis. As today marks World Cancer Day (February 4, 2019), specialist cancer care provider Harley Street Concierge (HSC) has detailed its new guide to support […]

    Eynsham Hall: Serious about well-being

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    Coming up with new ideas to promote well-being among a team and keep morale high can be difficult due to workloads and time constraints, however Eynsham Hall believes it has it all under one roof. We all know that employee well-being isn’t just another box to tick. Keeping your staff healthy, motivated and happy is […]

    Interview: Capita on why well-being is crucial to business travellers

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    For those who are booking travel and those who are are taking the trip, health and wellness is a huge factor many need to consider. PA Life’s Recommended Supplier, Capita Travel & Events’ Matthew Holman, head of travel well-being and Jonti Dalal-Small, head of behavioural science, reveal how employees can monitor their health and why […]

    Boost your digital well-being in 2019

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    For most people, the New Year’s resolution involves improving their health or fitness but should more make their digital well-being a greater focus? John Williams, head of marketing at Instant Offices, shares his thoughts. As we’ve started 2019 it’s almost impossible to live a life without the constant bombardment of digital devices surrounding us, means […]

    Veganuary could save you money

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    Millions of Brits are taking on the vegan challenge for January and giving up meat for a month, but could saving money also be a major perk of giving up meat products? Research by Linda McCartney Foods, who polled 2,000 UK adults, found 26 per cent reduced their meat intake during the past 12 months […]

    Opinion: No Year’s Resolutions

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    Every year on December 31, when the clock strikes midnight we make personal promises to ourselves that we will change our lifestyle to become better people, with most of us give up on these goals within a month. Amy Gallagher, founder and director of Tula Wellness reminisces about why she gave up making New Year’s resolutions.  […]

    The small things that have big health benefits

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    The reason many of us fail in the campaign to become fit and healthy is because of the complete overhaul we try to force on our lifestyle but instead of completely changing your lifestyle, Vincenzo Ferrara looks at how a few small changes can help you smash your goal. There are many diets, fads and […]