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The COVID-19 pandemic left a lasting impact on communities and economies worldwide. In its wake, healthcare has become a top priority as the challenges of navigating the pandemic exposed pressing systemic gaps. This situation, along with other factors like a…

This week’s blog comes from Professor Miles Richardson who founded the Nature Connectedness Research Group at the University of Derby in 2013. He talks about interventions to bring about sustained increases in nature connectedness, resulting in improved wellbeing and pro-nature behaviours. ‘Nature connectedness’ refers to…

 A new survey commissioned by the British Nutrition Foundation reveals that 62% of Britons have made a change to their diet to get healthier over the past year. The survey, which was conducted online by YouGov as part of the British Nutrition Foundation’s Healthy Eating Week 2021, looks at the changes people have made to their diet and lifestyle over the last year of the pandemic. The survey findings also reveal:…

People who look to social media for information, particularly YouTube, are less willing to be vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a new publication from the universities of Oxford and Southampton whose researchers are urging the government and social media firms…

The Boris Johnson government has kicked off first-of-its-kind clinical trials for a booster coronavirus vaccine in a bid to test its effectiveness against the new variants of the virus. As part of the trial, seven vaccines ordered by the UK…

Key lesson from the coronavirus pandemic is the need for partnership between academic excellence, industry and public health organisations  Centre will unite disciplines, and sectors, to build agile, equitable partnerships that can tackle complex problems and respond to pandemic threats…

Employers and businesses have a role to play in supporting the wellbeing of their employees and reducing loneliness. Our social connections at work – with peers, managers and customers – are one of the biggest overall drivers of job satisfaction.…

It’s no secret that the pandemic has had a significant impact on our mental health. Recent ONS data shows that depression amongst adults has more than doubled compared to pre-pandemic levels* and the Centre for Mental Health estimates that one…

Wellbeing analysis often risks stating the blindingly obvious, which in turn can lead to the simple solution being ignored in favour of fashionable or exciting sounding innovations. This is a mistake – the fundamental answers to our health and wellbeing…

Think back 10 years to 2011. This was a year in which riots broke out across England, there was a royal wedding, the start of the Arab spring and when Game of Thrones first hit our screens. How were you…

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