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September, 2017

Free mental health webinars and workshops as part of World Mental Health Day 2017

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Free mental health webinars and workshops as part of World Mental Health Day 2017

Posted: Thu, 28 Sep 2017 08:31

In their goal to help businesses become more disability confident, Remploy hope you can join them for a series of webinars and workshops focusing on mental health services, conditions and wellbeing in the workplace, and improve your disability confidence as an employer. For further information or to book you place click on the links below.

Tags: Mental health, Remply, World Mental Health Day

#runandtalk

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#runandtalk

Posted: Tue, 26 Sep 2017 09:33

To support World Mental Health Day on Tuesday 10th October England Athletics are encouraging people to #runandtalk to improve their mental wellbeing through running and to break down the stigma associated with mental health by getting people talking about it.

Tags: Run, Mental Health, Mind, England Athletics, RunTogether, World Mental Health Day, #runandtalk

Six reasons to get geared up this Cycle to Work Day

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Six reasons to get geared up this Cycle to Work Day

Posted: Tue, 12 Sep 2017 09:49

Join in the nationwide celebration of cycling on Wednesday 13th September 2017. Here are six reasons to get geared up for Cycle to Work Day…

Tags: CSPN, Health At Work, Blog

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Are mental health issues causing sickness absence at your workplace?

Posted: Mon, 11 Sep 2017 13:53

Mental health is the leading cause of sickness absence in the UK today. Over 91 million productive days are lost, costing UK businesses an estimated £26bn each year.

Tags: Webinar, Remploy, Mental Health, Stress, Support

Is your heart older than you?

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Is your heart older than you?

Posted: Fri, 08 Sep 2017 09:04

Heart disease (including heart attack and stroke) is still the leading cause of death amongst men. Lifestyle factors, like smoking or not getting enough exercise, mean many people have unhealthy hearts, which means their 'heart age' is older than their physical age.

Tags: One You, Heart Age

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