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Teachers’ lives matter
Teachers’ needs should be met first – and before all students return. 8 min read Existential turbulence is all around. It can feel negligent to highlight just one sector or subject. Opening schools is towards the top of the conundrum … Continue reading
Managing Mental Well-being in the Workplace: Can Health Tech Help? #1
AXA Health Tech and You 2018 is a series of events, competitions and awards for digital health innovation, now in it’s fourth year. Each year AXA HTY have run a digital health ‘State of the Nation’ survey with YouGov to … Continue reading
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Politicians should focus on child health
Guest Blog by Dr Iseult Roche A focus towards children’s health and well-being, both physical and emotional has been called for following research initiated by The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health – which highlighted concerns that children’s health … Continue reading
Have you made ‘Time to Talk’ today?
Guest Blog by Jon Paxman Today is ‘Time to Talk Day’, where you are encouraged to have just one 5-minute conversation about mental health. The chances are, whoever you talk to (including teenagers), you will be able to discuss mental … Continue reading
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The cost of technology: a shortened lifespan?
Every hour spent watching TV shortens your lifespan by 22 minutes, Australian researchers say. A study published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine surveyed over 10,000 Australians and their TV watching habits over the period 1999-2000 and found that … Continue reading
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Measuring wellbeing – will it drive a change in mindset?
What is wellbeing and how can it be measured? These are questions which the ONS attempted to answer in a first report on this subject published on Monday. Some of the key factors which mattered to people and which participants thought … Continue reading
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