diabetes


Working long hours can raise diabetes risk among women

Working more than 45 hours a week can lead to an increased risk of diabetes in women, according to a medical study. Read More

‘Don’t turn a blind eye to diabetes’, safety managers are warned

Specsavers Corporate Eyecare has issued a warning surrounding the risk of blindness linked to the condition and has explained how workplace eye care can aid its early detection. Read More

‘Millennials don’t see the value of private healthcare’

Millennials may be missing out on significant benefits associated with private medical insurance (PMI), as their youth can make them feel invincible and they opt for other benefits, according to The Health Insurance Group. Read More

How can employers protect their workforce from second hand smoke?

Russell Corlett, Health & Safety Director at Peninsula, provides some advice for employers on dealing with second hand smoke, particularly from wildfires. Read More

Tackling issues flagged during Men’s Health Week

This week (11-17 June) is Men’s Health Week, focusing this year on diabetes. The Health Insurance Group is shining the spotlight on how employers can support and address the issue. Read More

Is working the night shift bad for your health?

For most people, the working day starts around sunrise and ends at sunset, but for those who work nights, it is the other way around. Read More

7 April – World Health Day 2016

The WHO has called for global action to halt the rise in, and improve care for, people suffering with diabetes Read More



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