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The Scottish government is being asked to tackle the obesity crisis by acting upon the recommendations of the Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.
Employers who create healthy workplaces can reduce employee absence and boost productivity, according to a new Trades Union Congress (TUC) guide.
A proposal to cut benefits for obese and unhealthy people who fail to attend exercise sessions has hit the headlines. People of ordinary weight and in good health could lose money too.
Ekklesia has been helping promote World Toilet Day (19 November annually) for some years, and we're glad to record that it is growing in size and influence.
The NHS in England is "sleepwalking into a crisis" with more than 61,000 frontline posts destined for the axe, says the Royal College of Nursing.
The United Nations health agency has called for renewed efforts to boost the political will needed for the global campaign against polio.
A global churches' consultation on “Safe Spaces - transforming faith communities” has been held this week at the Ecumenical Centre in Geneva.
GPs have overwhelmingly backed moves for government's Health and Social Care Bill - which many see as a privatisation move - to be scrapped.
The Vatican has made public an English-language statement from the Pontifical Council for Health Care Workers for World AIDS Day 2011.
Hopes that the House of Lords would delay and check the government's controversial Health and Social Care Bill were disappointed yesterday.
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