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Are you aware of how good your posture is? How are you seated as you are reading this? Some of you will be slouching, some will be sunk into the chair and some will be upright. Continue reading

A study has shown that there is confusion, misunderstanding and misconception when it comes to the new UK guidance on inactive behaviour.

The study, carried out by King’s College London, Brunel University London and the Anglia Ruskin University reveals that most Brits remain doubtful that longer periods… Continue reading

Back pain affects four in five of us at one point during our lives. The first port of call for many is anti-inflammatory drugs to help ease the pain so they can get on with their day to day tasks without the excruciating ache in their back. Continue reading

According to a new study by King’s College London, Brunel University London and the Anglia Ruskin University, many Brits are hesitant and have concerns about the belief that standing more at work will have a positive impact on their health. Continue reading

Repetitive Strain Injuries (RSI) are a big issue for employers; approximately one in 50 UK workers have an RSI condition. This results in sufferers taking an average of 19 days off work per year. With many law firms now specialising in the area, thousands of staff are now… Continue reading

When someone asks you about maintaining a healthy workplace, you might think about allowing sick days, promoting healthy eating plans or offering health insurance. Creating an ergonomic office may not be at the top of the list of things you think of, but doing so will help to keep your employees healthy. Continue reading

Musculoskeletal health is a concern for all. This can cover lower back pain, neck pain, tennis elbow and many more.  However, lower back pain is often a reoccurring problem for many people. Continue reading

Research by Britain’s Healthiest Workplace Awards found that a business which invests in staff health generates increased outputs. Although it has been found that an ergonomic workstation improves productivity too, many companies refrain from implementing changes to the office to increase staff wellbeing. Continue reading