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Millions of people across the world have been working from home over the past year due to the restrictions around Coronavirus. Over the next few months, we will see fresh changes to people’s work patterns as more and more offices and workplaces reopen
Since 2020, MSK has become increasingly important, as the majority of employees have been working predominantly from home. Read this essential advice for HR leaders to uncover our key findings...
In the UK, 5 year survival rates for bowel cancer are currently around 60%. This is consistently and significantly lower than almost all other high income countries
There’s no question that 2020 was a tragic year for global health. The previously unknown virus, SARS-COV-2, rapidly spread across the world at the beginning of last year, and within months...
While working from home does have its perks (fewer dress code restrictions, home cooking, no travel costs), it has meant that companies have struggled to maintain staff engagement.
Sleep is one of the fundamental drivers in life - alongside eating, drinking (water, not alcohol…) and reproduction - without it, we simply cannot survive.
There is a lot we are learning from the pandemic. One sure lesson for a lot of us is that a sense of connection and belonging is a fundamental human need.
Here at LiveSmart, we understand that mental health can be a tricky subject and for some staff, coming forward about struggles with mental health can be challenging.
When it comes to keeping your people happy in the workplace, kidney health probably isn't the first thing that springs to mind.
World Obesity Day is about raising awareness around the complexity of obesity, and the need to look beyond an individual’s weight and perceived choices.
Let’s face it, right now we’re all experiencing something strange and unique going on in the world. We’ve all gone through a rainbow of feelings in the past year.
We’ve been living in a global pandemic for a year now. In that time, we’ve probably not been visiting the doctor half as much as we used to.
People with darker skins from African, Afro-Caribbean or South Asian backgrounds are nearly four times as likely compared to the Caucasian population to be seriously lacking in vitamin D.
The winter months can be a tough time - made even harder due to the global Covid-19 pandemic and recurring lockdowns.
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