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Examining the impact of COVID-19 on the rare diseases community

Examining the impact of COVID-19 on the rare diseases community

An online survey launched by the National Institutes of Health-supported (NIH) Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network (RDCRN) aims to find out how the COVID-19...
£5m to tackle loneliness, improve wellbeing and recovery from COVID-19

£5m to tackle loneliness, improve wellbeing and recovery from COVID-19

Funding of £5m has been awarded to The National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP) to help maintain people's health and wellbeing following the COVID-19...
The Wellbeing Business: exploring workplace mental health

The Wellbeing Business: exploring workplace mental health

The Wellbeing Business founder Zoe Eccleston speaks with HEQ about the importance of good mental health in the workplace. Workplace health and wellbeing expert Zoe...
Ensuring wellbeing and productivity in a healthcare workforce

Ensuring wellbeing and productivity in a healthcare workforce

Levell helps the healthcare workforce and leaders communicate about how they are feeling and what drives them, in order to increase wellbeing, protect quality,...
COVID-19 Law Lab: policy and law to protect health and wellbeing

COVID-19 Law Lab: policy and law to protect health and wellbeing

The newly launched COVID-19 Law Lab initiative is aiming to ensure that laws protect the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities and that...
Supporting frontline nurses’ mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19

Supporting frontline nurses’ mental health and wellbeing during COVID-19

The European Federation of Nurses Associations (EFN) and GAMIAN-Europe have released a joint statement calling for the prioritisation of frontline workers mental health and...
The wellness revolution with Medicaleaf

The wellness revolution with Medicaleaf

A coronavirus ‘good news’ story from innovator Medicaleaf, looking at the wellness revolution. When a group of relative strangers with myriad strengths, experience and expertise...
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The worrying findings of the male breastfeeding culture in Uganda

Dr Rowena Merritt from the University of Kent has elaborated on the worrying findings surrounding men in Uganda drinking their partner's breast milk After preliminary...

Are you suffering from chest pain? Yoga might be the answer

When the allopathic approach towards certain conditions ceases to make you feel better, the ancient Indian practice of yoga may help to treat costochondritis Guest...

Ensuring people with disabilities are included in the workplace

Experts reveal practical implications of the 2017 Kessler Foundation National Employment and Disability Survey: Supervisor Perspectives Researchers from the Kessler Foundation and the University of...
Can we use smartphones to detect mental and physical stress?  

Can we use smartphones to detect mental and physical stress?  

New technologies are transforming healthcare, and smartphones may offer a new solution for detecting mental and physical stress. A team led by Professor Enrico Caiani...
EESC warns Artificial Intelligence must benefit everybody

EESC warns Artificial Intelligence must benefit everybody

The European Economic and Social Committee (EESC) is adopting a firm stance on Artificial Intelligence. The EESC has insisted that Artificial Intelligence must benefit everyone...

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