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[ 14 Jun 2019 | No Comment ]

Everyone wants quick weight loss without any hard work and diet, but it is not easy. Lots of weight loss pills and creams are available in the market, but these medications will provide temporary benefits with lots of side effects. If you want permanent and healthy weight loss, you have to follow some healthy and safest tips for it.
It is essential to eat healthy food instead of quitting everything. In this way, you can look beautiful in your wedding dress. To buy the best wedding dress, check the collection …

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[ 2 Jun 2019 | No Comment ]

British employees spend on average 50% of their waking hours working. But for the 34 million workers in the UK, work can be a cause of stress and often anxiety, with work-related issues such as excessive workload, unrealistic deadlines and poor management cited as major causes of work-related stress.
In fact, Bupa healthcare estimates that half a million workers have work-related stress at a level that’s making them ill, with over 12 million working days a year lost due to employees taking time off. As a result, UK employers lose an …

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[ 1 Jun 2019 | No Comment ]

By Sarah Chilton, employment lawyer speaking at iCAAD London 2019
Addiction in the workplace can present significant challenges for employers and specific instances of drug or alcohol use can present health and safety risks, and serious conduct issues.
Use of drugs or alcohol is frequently related to other health issues, both physical and mental, which is a further reason the issue needs to be dealt with sensitively by employers.
Is addiction a disability?
In the UK, employees who are disabled under the Equality Act 2010 (“the Act”), are protected from discrimination and harassment. A …

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[ 29 May 2019 | No Comment ]

Some people might think that hitting the snooze button on your alarm clock is bad for you. That hitting snooze can make you late and less productive. But actually this is a lot further from the truth. In reality, hitting the snooze button and grabbing that little bit extra sleep can be beneficial for you in the long term. Waking up too abruptly from your alarm on a morning can often leave you feeling groggy and half-awake. Instead, why not wake up gradually with your snooze button instead?
Why is …

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[ 7 May 2019 | No Comment ]

By Dr Tom York, NHS-registered and private GP for GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor-on-demand app
Ever wondered just what you should keep in your family first aid kit? If your bathroom cabinet has a few plasters and a sticky bottle of paracetamol., read on to find out about which items to stock up on this springtime so that you and your family are prepared.

Paracetamol – useful to have on hand for any pain or temperature
Ibuprofen – for pain control due to sprains or minor injuries and can be used with paracetamol
Piriton …

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[ 27 Apr 2019 | No Comment ]

By Dr Tom York, NHS-registered and private GP for GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor-on-demand app
Springtime is nearly upon us and as the weather gets warmer and the days get longer it’s likely you and your family will be spending more time outside. Outdoor activities can be a lot of fun but it’s important that you’re prepared and take certain precautions to keep your family safe.
Here are my tips for staying safe this springtime and some handy ideas to help you restock your family health cupboard, to ensure you’re fully equipped …

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[ 25 Apr 2019 | No Comment ]

The U.K.’s small and medium sized firms make up 99.9% of the UK’s private sector businesses, employ nearly three-fifths of its workforce and account for 48% of the turnover. But full-on pursuit of commercial success may be putting owners and employees of these businesses at increased risk of ill health and burnout. Described as a type of stress, office burnout can manifest itself as a state of physical, emotional or mental exhaustion combined with doubts about your competence and the value of your work.
Unfortunately, long working hours are often embedded into SME …

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[ 17 Dec 2018 | No Comment ]

Did you know that 7.5 million UK workers suffer from mental health problems in the office, but 44% do NOT tell their employer? The majority fear revealing their problems will block career progress, with three-fifths worried it will damage relationships with colleagues.
HealthTech startup Mynurva commissioned an independent, nationally-representative survey among more than 2,000 UK adults to uncover the number of full-time workers who suffer from mental health problems; how many of them seek help for their issues; and the main barriers that hold them back from doing so.
The survey found that …

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[ 6 Dec 2018 | No Comment ]

A GP’s Advice on How Parents Can Avoid Christmas Hazards

By Dr Tom York, NHS-registered and private GP for GPDQ, the UK’s first doctor-on-demand app
As a doctor, I’m acutely aware of the variety and frequency of accidents which can happen to children, even at home. That fact can be corroborated with this link https://banvillelaw.com/slip-fall-accidents/health-club-spa-gym/ from Banville Law, who attest the number of cases they get regarding slip-and-fall accidents are ever on the rise. Every year, more than two million children under the age of 15 will see a doctor following an …

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[ 12 Nov 2018 | No Comment ]

As any working mother will tell you we are all consumed with “mummy guilt” whether it be about working too much, not working enough, being there for the children, being there too much for the children.  Not making enough time for ourselves and making sure that we are 100% healthy. Most working mothers will worry over our children’s sniffles or sore leg, but what about us? Why do we never take time to ensure our physical – and mental – health is in tiptop condition?  Having to take time off …