Eye Health in the office

This week we’re focusing on eye health. Many of us spend long periods of our working day in front of a computer screen, so we’ve been thinking about the effect this has on our eyes and our health in general. This article focuses on how we can help to avoid future eye problems with some brilliant tips, like the 20/20/20 rule – take a look!

#eyehealth #nostrain


Gemma SmithEye Health in the office

HIV Vaccines – Insights into a Scientist’s Mind

There is currently no vaccine available that can prevent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. Why do scientists believe that an effective and safe HIV vaccine can teach the immune system how to fight HIV? I had a closer look at their latest research of HIV vaccines.

Aisleen PetersonHIV Vaccines – Insights into a Scientist’s Mind

World Kidney Day

#WorldKidneyDay 2017 is focusing on how #Obesity can increase the chance of developing #KidneyDisease. “Obesity may lead to CKD both indirectly by increasing type 2 diabetes, hypertension and heart disease, and also by causing direct kidney damage by increasing the workload of the kidneys and other mechanisms.”

Find out more about the links between kidney disease and obesity >>

Gaurav KumarWorld Kidney Day

Reflecting on Heart Month

This month we’ve been supporting #HeartMonth. Small changes to your lifestyle and diet can make a huge difference to your heart’s health – 10 minutes could save your life! Get involved in the #10MinuteChallenge. Put down the phone, switch off the TV and let’s get moving!

Aisleen PetersonReflecting on Heart Month

Happiness for Health

On Valentine’s Day we shared our happiness to support #HeartMonth. Our brilliant colleagues posted a photo that makes them smile and they certainly made us smile too. Happiness is good for the heart – take a look and spread some smiles.

Gaurav KumarHappiness for Health

Heart Month

80% of heart disease is preventable simply by making healthier lifestyle choices. At Prime Global, we’re gearing up for February’s Heart Month, both in the UK and the US. We’ll be encouraging people to make life-enhancing changes. Let’s increase understanding of how to develop a healthy heart and become a survivor, not a patient. #BHF #AHS #FebruaryHeartMonth

Emily AnslowHeart Month

Are millennials being paid enough attention by the healthcare industry?

Are millennials being paid enough attention by the healthcare industry? Check out this fascinating article about their attitudes to health and wellbeing, including how their use of technology drives everything from decision-making to research. Self-reliance and prevention are key strategies – ‘You can be your own personal health journey’!

Read more, including how to engage better with this fascinating generation, on PMLiVE.

Chris ParkerAre millennials being paid enough attention by the healthcare industry?