Suicide Prevention

New Zealand’s suicide rate has reached an all time high, with 685 deaths as of June 2019. Furthermore, the WHO recently released a report stating ‘despite progress, one person still…

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Thinking About Calling It Quits?

Are you one of the 13% of kiwi adults who smoke daily? (Smokefree). If so, you’re probably not getting a lot of sympathy from your colleagues at work. A lot…

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What to Watch for When Monitoring Workers’ Health

“90% of business leaders said their health and safety risks were being managed effectively… But only 18% said they made work-health a priority.” Keeping your employees healthy will ensure a…

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Providing a Respectful Workplace Culture

The World Health Organisation defines a respectful workplace as one that: “…encourages trust, responsibility, accountability, mutual respect, open communication and embraces the dignity and diversity of individuals” (more). How can your company…

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What Makes a Workplace Healthy?

The World Health Organisation’s definition of a healthy workplace is: “…one in which workers and managers collaborate to use a continual improvement process to protect and promote the health, safety and…

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What Does “Wellness” Look Like?

Most of the world’s 3.4 billion workers are unwell, whether it be physically, mentally, emotionally, or economically, as shown in the statistics below. The Global Wellness Institute states the following:…

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How’s Your Salt Intake?

According to the World Health Organisation: “Most people consume too much salt — on average 9–12 grams per day, or around twice the recommended maximum level of intake”. They estimate…

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Processed Meats Get a Roasting

The media is having a field-day with news that the WHO has classified processed meat as carcinogenic. Some reports are saying that bacon, sausages and ham now sit alongside plutonium,…

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The Use and Misuse of Antibiotics

Antibiotics cure disease by killing or injuring bacteria. The first antibiotic was penicillin, discovered in 1928. Today, over 100 different antibiotics are available to doctors to cure minor discomforts as…

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