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6 ways to stay healthy when you're stressed
  Health & wellbeing Six ways to stay healthy when you're stressedKeeping on top of your mental health in today’s taxing world can be tough. But a few changes can help lift the burdenSirin Kale@thedalstonyears   Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share via...
Risk assessment skills to play central role in revised NEBOSH general certificate
 Safety qualifications body NEBOSH has revised the format of its core Level 3 offering, the “National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety”, with the aim of aligning it more closely with the “real-life issues” safety professionals are likely to face.Previously,...
Safety risks in ‘fourth industrial revolution’ need new standards and regulation, says Lloyd’sThe ru
 The rush to embrace new “Industry 4.0” technologies in the manufacturing sector is creating new physical and psychosocial workplace risks that are not being adequately researched, claims a new report from the charitable arm of assurance and standards body Lloyd’s Register. OK...
Unite launches silica register to build evidence on work lung hazard
 The Unite union is launching a new silica register for members, inviting them to fill in an online questionnaire detailing their occupational exposure to silica dust as a basis for “potential future legal cases if they experience long-term health problems”.Theinitiative, launched in...
The Flexitarian Way of Eating
  Is the Flexitarian Diet a good idea?  Anna Bonet2 days ago     Considering switching to a vegetarian diet but can't quite make the leap to a fully plant-based lifestyle? Forget keto and Paleo, the all-new Flexitarian Diet might be for you. Unlike more...
Poor Sleep deserves as much attention as obesity, brain researchers warn
 Public health crisis of poor sleep deserves as much attention as obesity epidemic, brain researchers warnResearch links lack of sleep to poor memory, depression and increased risk of Alzheimer's Carolyn Y Johnson  from the Independant 25th January 2019   In the...
Not just the Royal Wedding on 19th May - It's also European Obesity Day!
 Tackling Obesity Together to Create a Healthier Future for Everyone in Europe - The ISA Supports European Obesity Day 2018BRUSSELS, May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --The ISA joins forces with the associations of obese patients in France (CNAO) and Portugal (Adexo) in supporting European...
Natural ways to fight inflammation and joint pain
 NEW HIGH STRENGTH CURCUMIN IN THE FIGHT AGAINST WHOLE BODY INFLAMMATION   Bioglan Curcumin tablets contain 600mg of curcuminoids – highest strength in the UK market Each tablet provides the equivalent health benefits of 12,640mg of regular turmeric powder Formulation...
Physio Tips on Ski & Snowboard safety & health
How to prevent falls and injuries on the slopes Lucy Macdonald, snow-sports physiotherapist http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/ski/articles/Skiing-how-to-prevent-falls-on-the-slopes/12 February 2018 • There is always an element of risk to skiing and snowboarding, but there are a number...
Public Health England advice on rise of Legionnaires'disease for British Tourists
Increase in cases of Legionnaires' disease in Palmanova, MallorcaFrom:Public Health England Published:18 October 2017Last updated:7 November 2017, see all updates Recent rise recorded in number of cases of Legionnaires' disease in people who have travelled to Palmanova, in...

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