When you ask people to talk about themselves, they stop being patients presenting themselves to the doctor to be fixed - they become actively engaged in their own healing
The fact that we may nearly be out of the pandemic woods can itself present new psychological hurdles
We're in the Third Quarter of the Pandemic. Antarctic Researchers, Mars Simulation Scientists and Navy Submarine Officers Have Advice For How to Get Through It
Antarctic researchers, Mars simulation scientists and submarine officers on how to weather the phase of isolation when the end is in sight.
Britain spends little on research and development, but what it does spend is concentrated on health
How British science came to the rescue
Elite institutions, streamlined regulation and big datasets are a potent combination
Seven bike-loving medics give their tips on staying healthy and injury-free as you cycle over this Covid winter
On doctor’s orders: 10 rules to keep healthy on the bike during winter - Cycling Weekly
How to stay safe and healthy on the bike this winter – what would a cycling doctor do? Josephine Perry, hers...
Successful brands already communicate with consumers to get them excited about buying their product. Imagine if they applied some of that magic to clarifying correct recycling technique on the product itself?
Companies are failing to do this one simple thing that could boost recycling
Most consumers want to recycle, but aren’t always sure how. Brands can make it much easier.
"If political leaders can muster the will to make the right investments, emerging infectious diseases could be struck off the list of existential threats to our way of life"
Another pandemic need never happen https://on.ft.com/2NkLUeW
Will Apple's technology really make us healthier?
Tim Cook Pivots to Fitness
Why Apple’s CEO wants to make health and wellness the company’s greatest legacy
Bravo to the NHS for its lifesaving PSA on vaccines. Delivered with just the right amount of humour, it's got the power to spread faster than the misinformation it’s up against
Early treatment with inhaled budesonide reduced the risk of requiring urgent care or hospitalisation by 90% in people with COVID-19
Inhaled budesonide in the treatment of early COVID-19 illness: a randomised controlled trial
Background Multiple early hospital cohorts of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) showed that patients with chronic resp...
Leisure time is important – particularly in stressful periods
How lockdown redefines our weekends
Leisure time is important – particularly in stressful periods. How can we make weekends feel fulfilling under coronavirus lockdown?
Healthcare professionals have to look after themselves too https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/26/well/mind/doctors-facing-burnout-turn-to-self-care.html
If you're an active person, chances are you're more creative too https://www.nytimes.com/2021/02/03/well/exercise-creativity.html
'The 10,000 step target has more to do with marketing than scientific fact'
Do we really need to walk 10,000 steps a day?
Even half the amount of steps shows health benefits.
When we exercise may alter how we benefit from that exercise
Could talking positively about science help foster the bipartisan "unity" President Biden seeks? https://www.ft.com/content/5259776e-641b-4b53-a197-fdf72d366183
“The idea that you can get up here and talk about what you know - what the evidence, what the science is - and know that’s it, let the science speak... It is somewhat of a liberating feeling”
HIIT may be trendy, but we can reap benefits from gentler exercise too https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/20/well/move/the-benefits-of-moderate-exercise.html
Imagining a better future can help us get through difficult times https://www.nytimes.com/2021/01/16/style/go-ahead-fantasize.html?smid=tw-share
Perhaps it's too easy for employers to view investing in sit-stand desks as a quick fix for sedentary behaviour in the workplace, despite the expense? Walking meetings, by contrast, cost nothing
"Replacing sitting with standing ...cannot be used as an alternative to physical activity to decrease sedentary time" - nice when a study supports what our instincts have always told us @AdamRidler10!
Returning to physical activity after Covid-19: stratifying the risk and phasing the resumption