Sitting less and moving more

You know that exercise is good for you. You might even manage to get in more than the government guidelines of 150 minutes of moderate aerobic activity per week. Before you start polishing your halo, did you know that even if you think you’re more of a gym bunny than a couch potato, you’re still not immune to the side effects of a sedentary lifestyle?

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Neurodiversity: A view from the inside

Neurodiversity: you may have heard the term in the news. It is a relatively new term used to capture the range of neurological differences across such conditions as autism, dyslexia and dyspraxia.

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A Whole Person Approach to Resilience and Wellbeing

With an ever-growing to-do list and a world that seems intent on creating more uncertainty than certainty, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed, overstretched or under-valued. Or worse still, to feel like you’re clinging on to the cliff edge of burnout, wondering if one more day might see you slipping into ill-health.

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