Many experts, and even the World Health Organisation (WHO) say that we need to change the term from ‘social distancing’ to ‘physical distancing’.
Today marks the start of British Summer Time - but many people claim it won't make a lot of difference...
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge showed off their desks in a new Instagram post to highlight a £5m campaign to boost nation's wellbeing.
Experts are concerned about the impact loneliness will have on health, both physical and mental.
We all know we probably shouldn’t be spending so much time on our smartphones and computers, but it is just so easy to lose time following funny memes and videos, or tracking down every little thing about what’s happening with COVID-19 around the world.
The Internet has made it easier for everyone to find workout ideas and training tips, and we’ve been following some of these accounts for a while now.
We rate our bodies more negatively than if we were to view the exact same body as an outsider.
The organisation has now closed its parks and gardens to restrict the spread of coronavirus.
Many of us already suffer from generalised anxiety these days, and for those who do, the addition of a health scare will increase their existing problem.
For any newcomers or veterans to WFH policies, here’s what I think you could do, to organise your time and effort while working remotely.
Women are indeed, moving the needle in the entertainment industry. Today, we’ve seen more women raising the bar when it comes to acting (Awkwafina’s breakthrough role in The Farewell) and even directing (Anna Boden for Captain Marvel). So when Netflix presented me with an opportunity to interview three female heavyweights in the entertainment industry, at the same time, I couldn’t say no.
In a recent study at NUS Business School, working with colleagues at universities in Europe and Australia, we examined how social support – having a network of people who can provide emotional support and assistance - can help alleviate stress caused by high work demands.
Prince William and Catherine attended a special charity performance of the play, which has been credited with sparking conversations on mental health.
According to the report two things stop people getting treatment: Lack of awareness about the symptoms of mental health problems; and issues concerning the stigma related to admitting to having a mental health issue.