Category: Health and Wellbeing

Worldwide more than 200 million women are estimated to have osteoporosis and 1 in 3 women over age 50 will experience osteoporosis fractures. Poor bone health is increasing as populations age. The International Menopause Society has published a new report…

Research shows that the quality of our human relationships – above all with family and loved ones, but also with colleagues and in our local community – is the key external factor which affects happiness.[We already know, from ONS data…

Staff at a Surrey care home are celebrating this week after once again being awarded a prestigious accolade for the delivery of outstanding end of life care.  Princess Christian Care Centre, near Woking, has been reaccredited Platinum status from the…

Dr Allon Barsam, Consultant ophthalmic surgeon at OCL Vision comments: “There’s a growing fear that lockdown life – in which millions of adults and children spent hours focusing on a small screen at home – took a toll on many people’s eyesight.…

Research by charity Healthcare Workers’ Foundation and partner, NHS Million, reveals nearly half of healthcare workers would not recommend joining the NHS and 73% surveyed reported they have considered leaving in the last 12 months. With widespread mental health and…

It can be difficult to stay on top of the latest research and discussion in the field of COVID – 19 and its impact on social relationships and health so highlighted a recent article in the Journal of Epidemiology and…

Research from the University of Oxford and the Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research has shown that the technology behind the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine has potential in treating cancer. A new publication has shown that a viral vector cancer vaccine generates…

ITT – mental wellbeing evidence reviewReviewing evaluation research on what works to improve mental wellbeing.This week’s blog from Emma Taylor-Collins at the Wales Centre for Public Policy talks about they used case studies – and in particular our innovative case study synthesis approach developed…

A new study led by University of Oxford researchers on over 82,000 participants has shown that difficulty hearing spoken conversations is associated with up to 91% increased risk of dementia. Hearing impairment affects around 1.5 billion individuals worldwide (World Health Organization), and…

New research review reveals tea wellness benefits across the age divide A new review, published in Nutrition and Food Technology[1] and commissioned by the Tea Advisory Panel (TAP), has discovered that drinking tea offers wellness benefits from childhood to old age. Using…

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