Oh I do like to beside the seaside

10th January 2020

People who live close to the sea have better mental health than those who live further away, regardless of their household income, a new study suggests CREDIT: This is an edited version of an article which originally [read more]

Walk your way to wellness

20th December 2019

Health and wellness coach Alex Pedley explains how just 10 minutes of walking a day can improve your mental wellbeing CREDIT: This is an edited version of an article which originally appeared in the Evening [read more]

How to take the perfect nap

20th December 2019

There are two camps when it comes to napping: those who can (and take great pleasure in it) and those who, despite their best attempts, just can’t While one study in rodents suggests this difference might [read more]

Tackling childhood obesity in schools

14th November 2019

As child obesity rates continue to rise, schools are increasingly under pressure to encourage healthy eating to prevent the crisis from spiralling even further In England, local authority maintained schools must be open for at [read more]

Wellbeing is the new black

25th October 2019

Kristina Gambling, a SEND and high needs tutor, explores the wellbeing barriers faced by some of the unsung heroes of education – network managers Published with permission from the ANME website With the 2017 government [read more]

Addressing parental burnout

3rd October 2019

The associate director, clinical services, at Health Assured, Nicola Jagielski, describes how managers can ensure that their employees with children, in particular, don’t get burnt out Research claims that one in 12 parents are suffering [read more]

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