Award Winning Cyclist to tackle World Record for Mental Health Charities

British cyclist, coach and trainer, Pav Bryan is undertaking a comprehensive training programme to put him…

BMJ concerned that corporate interests influenced key Brussels public health declaration on tobacco

Highly respected medical publication, the BMJ, have reported their concerns that a key public health declaration, intended…

Reliable DNA ‘Barcodes’ hailed as a ‘gamechanger’ in biomedical research

In the same way that barcodes on your groceries help stores know what’s in your cart,…

Shock report highlights risk for cleaners as cleaning sprays shown to be ‘as bad for lungs as smoking’

A UiB-study released by the University of Bergen has revealed that cleaners who have regularly used…

Shocking survey results reveal serious contraception issues are being ignored

Nearly half of all women in the UK (47%) have had “serious trouble” with their current…

An over reliance on technology as a mental health solution can put people in danger, warns RedArc

“Notification of a poor mental health score via a mental health technology platform without appropriate clinical…

As Mens Health Week arrives, why don’t we talk about ‘Men’s Health’?

It’s great to see a week devoted to Mens Health.  When it comes to men’s health,…

Supporting Cancer Survival: the crucial role businesses play, from diagnosis to rehabilitation

National Cancer Survivors Day on 3 June will highlight the importance of continual emotional and physical…

Why employers should promote increased physical activity to improve mental health

During mental health awareness week, commencing 14 May, The Health Insurance Group is encouraging employers to…

Employers can fill the bereavement support void for many, says RedArc

Our much-overworked NHS does not have the resources available to offer mass support for the bereaved…