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Research finds fidgeting whilst sat down could be healthy

24th September 2015 17:15

A recent study, by a team of researchers at the University of Leeds and University College London, has revealed that fidgeting whilst sat down could help keep health problems such as obesity, diabetes and cancer at bay, which can all occur as a result of… Read more...


Half of gay men with depression have thought about suicide, survey finds

3rd September 2015 11:55

A recent survey by GMFA, in partnership with FS Magazine, has revealed that half of gay men who have experienced depression have thought about committing suicide. The research also found that 24 per cent of gay men have admitted that they had tried to kill… Read more...


Less young people are experimenting with alcohol, cigarettes and drugs, survey finds

24th July 2015 16:46

A recent survey of more than 6,000 pupils from 210 English schools has discovered that more children have tried e-cigarettes than normal tobacco-based cigarettes, with the number of young people having experimented with alcohol, cigarettes and drugs being… Read more...


Around 50 per cent of workers go to work ill, survey finds

21st July 2015 17:32

A recent survey has discovered that nearly 48 per cent of workers in the United Kingdom went to work in the last 12 months, despite being ill. As well as this, the survey found that 40 per cent of workers have not taken a day off ill in the last year, which… Read more...


One third of world population lacks access to toilets

13th July 2015 15:04

According to a joint report by the World Health Organisation and UNICEF, a third of the world’s people do not have access to toilets.  The report evaluates the advancement on global benchmarks set in 2000; to give everyone access to clean drinking… Read more...


More Welsh people are consulting their GP, survey finds

25th June 2015 15:07

A survey on behalf of the Welsh government has revealed that there has been an increment in the number of respondents who went to see their GP in the two weeks prior to being questioned. In the Welsh Health Survey 2014, 21 per cent of the respondents said… Read more...


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